CareFlex has over 20 years’ experience in developing specialist chairs with a reputation for producing the highest standard pressure management seating available. Our article highlights the importance of choosing the correct chair for patients with a range of illnesses and what to consider.
Who requires specialist seating?
A variety of degenerative illnesses require specialist seating. These include Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Stroke Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury to name but a few.
Comfort, functionality and risk reduction are the key factors when it comes to choosing the most suitable specialist seating. If the patient does not receive the management they need, then complications can occur. These can include back pain, poor health, independence and quality of life. With the correct postural support, these complications can be avoided.
What are the benefits of using a CareFlex Chair?
- Enhanced physiological functions
- Control of abnormal movement patterns
- Comfort and secure seating
- Promote good health
- Improve engagement
- Decrease fatigue
What are the main features included with a CareFlex Specialist Chair?
- Stability and safety
- Pressure management
- Rehabilitation support
- Posture control
- Highly adjustable settings
Why choose CareFlex?
CareFlex chairs offers the ideal solution when considering which chair would be the most suitable for a patient with specific needs. The product range focuses on the four main factors which are; comfort, independence, posture control and pressure relief.
The specialist seating aims to reduce the possibility of pressure ulcers by promoting equal weight distribution within the chair. In addition, there are extra functions available to provide increased support.