Posted by Chris on 5/12/2020 to On The Move
1. allows for more comfort and less fatigue and greater ability to interact with the environment.
2. promotes good posture which decreases pain especially in the neck, shoulders and back.
3. allows a person to better perform activities of daily living such as eating and brushing hair.
4. distributes a person’s weight to decrease the risk of skin breakdown/pressure ulcers, caused by bad posture and lack of movement.
5. decreases the risk of the patient falling out of the chair and being injured.
6. improves a person’s ability to see more of the surroundings, breathe and swallow better and have better digestion.
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