chairs. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 01:13:40 AM
If you have Medicare, you do not automatically qualify for a motorized scooter or electric wheelchair. You have to have a doctor prescribe one for you, so be careful of sales people that are too eager to make the sell, and tell you there is no need for a prescription. Also, the doctor will most likely not prescribe an electric wheel chair or power scooter simply for ease of movement outside your home. That is part of the stipulations of obtaining one. You must present a need for better mobility inside your home, not outside. The physician also will not prescribe a mobility aid if it is not a dire need.
You are thinking of getting an ergonomic chair. Well done! Your decision to think ergonomic means you care about your skeletal joints so that you suffer less discomforts in daily life. My knowledge as a trained Occupational Therapist, along with our mission to protect your joints, preserve your energy and promote your safety will assure you that we genuinely want you make the right decisions in ergonomics for daily life.
Our body needs the sleep to rest out body in a supine position. There is no pressure on the joints in this position, so you will be comfortable and move naturally throughout the night.
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