Our clinicial team at Seating Matters is made up of Occupational Therapists, Nurses, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy so we have a unique understanding of our patient needs when it comes to seating.

We are changing the world of healthcare seating and through this blog we are educating fellow clinicians with informational videos and how to articles,  as well as sharing key industry news, and highlighting research to support evidence based practice.

BEAR FOUND HIS "SAFE PLACE" IN HIS SPECIALIST CHAIR FOR CHILDREN

I often share stories of older people who are benefiting from their Seating Matters chair.  Today I want to tell you ...

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EARLY MOBILIZATION USING SEATING MATTERS CHAIRS

Prolonged bed rest and immobility contribute negatively to the physical function, pressure management and quality of ...

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VALERIE’S STORY

Valerie, an 86 year old female with dementia and limited mobility, spent the majority of her day with her arms ...

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RACHEL’S STORY

Rachel, a 94 year old female, had arthritis in her left knee and a history of falls. She mobilized with a walking ...

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MARGARET’S STORY

Margaret, an 81 year old female with a history of pneumonia, had recently suffered a stroke (CVA). She had a high ...

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THE INTERNET'S MOST FAMOUS PHYSICAL THERAPISTS REVIEW THE MILANO™

Two of the internet’s “most famous physical therapists” took some time out of their busy schedule to give their ...

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FAQ: How to Adjust the Atlanta™ Chair

The Atlanta™ has the unique ability to provide security without compromising function.  It is a robust and durable ...

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Martina Tierney OT December 20, 2016 /

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SEATING MATTERS CHAIR A WINNER FOR OLYMPIC COACH WITH PARKINSON'S

The McFarlane’s are a fantastic couple. Brent and Vicki live in Waterloo, Ontario, but unfortunately not under the ...

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*Note: The purpose of this blog is to give an overview of the product with some tips to consider on its use. This is not intended to be a substitute for professional or medical advice, diagnosis, prescription or treatment and does not constitute medical or other professional advice. For advice with your personal health or that of someone in your care, consult your doctor or appropriate medical professional.