A lift chair can turn your living room into the perfect place to sit, relax, and receive some relief from achy or arthritic joints. Lift chairs are designed to provide a practical way to easily transition between sitting and standing positions with as little strain on your body as possible. Best of all, lift chairs offer the comfort and relaxation of a premium recliner. They provide ample cushioning and an easy to operate hand control. You can even add heat and massage functions to maximize the therapeutic benefits or accessorize your chair with an attachable table that can provide another layer of comfort and convenience.
There are three categories in which lift chairs can be separated—2-position, 3-position, and infinite position. To learn more about which type of lift chair recliner may be best suited for you, read the explanations here.
If pricing is an issue, you should know that it is possible to obtain partial reimbursement from Medicare of if you receive Part B Benefits. Read more about obtaining reimbursement for your lift chair.
Arthritis sufferers thoroughly enjoy a lift chair in their home. When you or your loved one doesn’t have to think about how difficult it is going to be to simply stand up out of the chair, getting up and being active becomes easier.
Of course, getting up and being active isn’t the only benefit of owning a lift chair. One of the most important attributes of a recliner is how comfortable and relaxing the chair actually is. The importance of relaxation cannot be understated, especially for seniors who are susceptible to more health problems. Many people are very surprised how comfortable a lift chair can be; most would say that a lift chair is more comfortable than a standard recliner.