What’s the best recliner to help aches and pains? It’s a great question and one we often get asked here at The Recliner Factory. Our answer is this… Everyone is different so each chair needs to be different. The best recliner for Anne with poor circulation may not be as comfortable for John with backache. That’s why each of our recliners are individually handcrafted at our British Factory to your exact needs and requirements. The end result is a recliner that provides temporary positional relief from aches and pains that fit your space, décor – and most importantly- you.
What’s The Best Recliner To Help Aches And Pains?
Swollen feet or ankles?
If you have swollen feet/ ankles the dual motor Palermo riser recliner chair is perfectly suited to help. At the touch of a button you’ll recline and your feet will be raised inline with your hips. This is the best position to help improve blood circulation and relieve built up pressure. A much more comfortable solution than propping your feet up with a footstool or pillow…
If you suffer from back problems, the rising feature on our recliners will be of great help. Using our simple control, you’ll be lifted to your feet with ease, taking pressure & strain from your back. Plus, with our deep padded recliner backs feeling so comfortable and supportive, you’ll finally get some longed for temporary positional relief from your back ache.For more information check out the Windsor riser recliner chair.
Painful knees and hips?
Getting in and out of chair when you have painful knees or hip problems can be particularly difficult. The rising function of our recliners offer a perfect way to help. Our recliners slowly lower you from a standing to a sitting position. This can give you peace of mind that you can get in and out of your chair independently and safely.
Weakness in your arms?
If you find that you aren’t as strong as you used to be, a recliner can take the pressure when getting out of your chair, so your arms don’t have to. Our dual motor riser recliners allow independent movement of the footrest and backrest to meaning