Every spine has a natural curvature; this is useful as the curves help the back absorb stress as we move about our daily lives. However, when these curves become too pronounced it can lead to problems such as back pain. In serious cases, over-curved spines may even lead to long-term muscular issues and cause a patient problems breathing. Therefore it’s essential to spot this unnatural curvature of the spine early to correct it or at the very least prevent the condition deteriorating.
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Happy New Year to all our Customers! We hope 2018 has been a good year for you so far. It’s been a wet, wild month here in the Welsh hills, but the burner’s been roaring and the tea has been flowing up at the factory – we don’t let a bit of wet weather (or dry January) get us down here at Recliners! We’ve got lots of exciting news for you over the coming months. As ever, here’s a taste of what we’ve been up to and what’s caught our eye this month.
Hi and welcome to November’s Inside Recliners. Winter’s certainly arrived here in the Welsh valleys, and we’ve been scraping the ice off our windscreens for a few weeks now. Can’t quite believe how close Christmas is! We’ve got plenty to keep us warm though, making all your orders in time for last posting day. Like a bunch of Santa’s elves! Have a great few weeks,
The team at Recliners.
One problem that’s far too common in both care and domestic settings is incidents of patients falling or sliding from their chairs. Particularly at risk are elderly patients as well as those with muscular conditions, and a fall from a chair can cause discomfort, embarrassment or even injury for the patients involved. The good news is that with a correct seating assessment, the risk of falling from a chair can be greatly reduced.