Comfort, assistance, mobility, style and support… there are so many reasons why people of all ages decide to purchase a riser recliner. These chairs really are a lifeline for so many, giving hundreds of thousands of people their independence back, and are a choice to be proud of!

The luxury appeal of our Farborg riser recliners can be enjoyed across all ages and all walks of life, and are particularly beneficial for older adults who want to stylishly redesign their living space with comfort in mind, and for those with certain injuries, chronic illnesses or medical conditions who are looking for sumptuous seating with additional support.


What can a riser recliner help with?

Our riser recliner chairs have all the functions of a standard riser recliner, but with additional features to enhance both your comfort and your independence. They are incredibly useful for individuals who simply need a little helping hand when getting in and out of their chair. They can also be particularly supportive for the following conditions:


Back, joint and chronic pain

A riser recliner chair can help to support those suffering with back, joint or chronic pain that’s related to various conditions, such as arthritis, sciatica or fibromyalgia. Its functions have been specifically developed to promote good posture and reduce stresses and strains on your body in a multitude of ways. For example, the riser function helps to alleviate pressure on your joints as you stand and sit, and the powered back rest and tilt-in-space features give you the opportunity to stretch out and regularly reposition yourself easily and comfortably at the touch of a button.


Poor circulation

Sitting in a well-supported position in a chair that is the correct size for you can be hugely beneficial for a variety of physiological functions – not just circulation, but digestion and respiration too. A riser recliner chair can help to support you in sitting in an optimum position, and its leg rest elevation feature helps to reduce swelling and further improve circulation.


Increased mobility and independence

As we get older we can find it a little more challenging to move around as easily as we’d like, and the same can be said for individuals suffering with certain neurological conditions, such as motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s. But the right chair can support your mobility and seating position to ensure that you have more freedom to carry out the tasks that are most important to you, such as reading, completing crosswords, carrying out computer tasks, popping the kettle on, enjoying an afternoon snooze or putting your feet up, grabbing the popcorn and enjoying a film night.


Progressive conditions

Many neurological conditions can unfortunately worsen over time, making it increasingly difficult for the individual to carry out certain tasks or to feel comfortable. We’re proud to have developed our riser recliners so that they can be adjusted in a variety of ways to suit a person’s changing needs, providing additional support, comfort and pressure management whenever needed.


Is a riser recliner right for you?

If you’re considering purchasing a riser recliner or would like to find out more information about whether it’s the right choice for you, get in touch and we’ll arrange for a home visit with one of your local representatives. They’ll be able to answer any questions you have, talk you through our three different styles of riser recliners (and our abundance of stunning fabric choices!), help you measure up for the correct size of chair and even leave you with a chair for you to try out in your own home! You’ll also find a wealth of further information via our blog and brochure.

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