An orthopaedic chair can be an essential piece of furniture for the elderly and disabled. This is due to the extra support that is provided by this type of chair.
Orthopaedic chairs are designed for comfort and ease of use. The design is meant to support the user’s spine and skeletal system. Your orthopaedic chair will do this by supporting your lumbar region and allowing you to sit comfortably with good posture. The ergonomic design means you are less likely to slouch or hunch over.
Due to the support and sitting position, orthopaedic chairs are fantastic at reducing, or even eliminating existing aches and pains. They also do a very good job of preventing new issues from arising.
Generally, orthopaedic chairs are designed with a higher seat than a standard chair or sofa. This means they are much easier to sit in and get up from. The added height makes them much more accessible for elderly people and those with disability.
Below are our top 5 orthopaedic chairs. These chairs have been chosen based on several factors. These include the popularity of each chair, average user reviews and the price.
The first chair on our list is the Eurodivani orthopaedic high seat chair. This is a consistent best seller and has a huge amount of positive customer reviews. You can see the main features below:
This chair has a large amount of positive feedback. According to user reviews it is very sturdy and comfortable. The height was regularly mentioned as a positive feature. There was only one very small negative that we saw, referring to the feet, which need attaching after delivery. With that said this is very simple and the legs just need to be screwed on.
Our second choice is this orthopaedic armchair from Morris Living. This is another chair with a large amount of very positive reviews. You can see the main features below:
According to user reviews this chair is very comfortable. It also offers good back and posture support. Sitting down from standing is very easy and the height also make getting up much easier. One thing you should remember is, this chair also needs the legs to be screwed on after delivery.
This orthopaedic chair is very similar to the first chair on our list. The main difference is this version comes with an extra 2.5 inch seat width. It also comes with a selection of seat hight choices. The main features can be seen below:
This extra wide orthopaedic chair has some really good reviews. People particularly liked the extra width that came with this chair, they also commented on the comfort and the ease of sitting and standing from both heights. Many were also very happy with customer support from Eurodivani.
The fourth orthopaedic chair on our list comes from Cavendish furniture. This chair has slightly less reviews than the previous three. However, at the time of writing this it has the highest average star rating of all 5 mentioned here. You can see the main list of features below:
The user reviews for this chair are all very positive, they include comfort as a main feature, as well as a very supportive upright seating position. Also sitting down and standing up from this chair is much easier than a standard chair.
Out of the five orthopaedic chairs on this list, the angel home Orthopaedic armchair is our personal favourite. This was mainly due to its beautiful antique looking design, which makes it really stand out from the other 4 chairs. It was also the most affordable.
The chair also has the Amazon’s choice badge, which is reserved for highly rated and well-priced products.
Below you can see the main features of this orthopaedic chair:
Users also really love this chair, many people commented about the stylish design, particularly at such an affordable price. They also mentioned how comfortable this chair was, as well as it being very easy to sit in and stand up from.
If you are looking for an orthopaedic chair, then you have plenty of choice. The 5 mentioned above, are the chairs that we found most regularly purchased. They also consistently have very good reviews from previous customers. Plus, they are all very affordable ranging between roughly £200 – £250.
If you have any questions about any of the chairs mentioned in this article, please leave a comment below.