A high-back reclining wheelchair typically has a higher than standard chair-back with an independent reclining functionality allowing the user to recline from a 90 degree sitting position to a 180 degree position, enhancing repositioning and comfort while also helping to improve blood flow.
High-back reclining wheelchairs can assist individuals who need extra support due to poor trunk stability, respiratory difficulties, severe multiple sclerosis, severe arthritis, quadriplegia, or muscular dystrophy.
Reclining wheelchairs are often utilized by patients who have undergone hip replacement surgery. Further, while traditional chairs can cause skin problems, the reclining feature of these chairs can help to alleviate any such issues. With their multi-positional reclining capability, these chairs ensure user comfort and provide many other benefits in specific conditions and scenarios.
The reclining wheelchair will transform the user from a sitting position to a close to lying down position. The change of position reduces pressure on the buttocks and allows the user to take a break from sitting in the same position. When searching for reclining wheelchairs for the elderly or the disabled, it is important to consider how easily the model can recline.
Most reclining chair users may not be able to position themselves into the reclining position manually, so there may be features installed on a lightweight reclining wheelchair which are designed to improve ease of use as well as comfort.
Here are some key components which make Wheelchair Studio high back reclining wheelchairs some of the safest on the market:
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