What Is the Level of Pressure Management in Seating Matters Chairs?
The combination of memory foam and Dartex in Seating Matters chairs give a medium to high pressure redistribution, however maximum pressure management can be achieved in a chair by applying:
'The Four Principles of Pressure Management in Seating'. By using these principles, high or maximum pressure redistribution can be achieved:
- Load the Body.
- Provide Postural Support.
- Effective Repositioning (Every two hours).
- Use an Appropriate Surface.
Discover more about the Four Principles of Pressure Management in Seating by requesting your FREE copy of The Clinician's Seating Handbook here. You can also download a handy overview poster which is a great reminder of the Four Principles here.
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For a more in depth overview on the materials in Seating Matters chairs and their pressure managing properties please click here.