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.

BEN’S STORY: KYPHOSIS AND SLIDING IN CHAIR

Ben, an 87-year-old male, had suffered a stroke (CVA) and osteoarthritis. He had a history of pressure injuries and ...

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Martina Tierney OT December 05, 2019 /

in Case Study, CVA, Osteoarthritis

JACK’S STORY

Jack previously sat in unsafe chairs which offered him very little postural support and/or pressure management. This ...

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Seating Matters September 25, 2019 /

in Case Study, Epilepsy, Scoliosis

SARAH’S STORY

Sarah was periodically assessed over 2 months in her care home. She was a 62 year old resident with early Alzheimer’s ...

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FINDING THE RIGHT CHAIR FOR ANNE MARIE WITH HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE

I want to share with you Anne Marie's Story. For me, Anne Marie and her family's story is one as an OT that I hear ...

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HENRY & CHRISTINE'S STORY

Henry and Christine are an elderly married couple living in the North-Eastern United States. Devoted to one another ...

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A CHAIR FOR LINDSEY: Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis Pain

Lindsey Spoon is a stylish young lady living outside of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was born with cerebral palsy, a motor ...

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FINDING THE BEST CHAIR FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: CALLUM'S STORY

Callum is 7 years old and lives with his mum Rebecca and dad Richard in their home in East Anglia, UK. Callum has ...

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JESS NOW SITS IN HER "LIFE CHANGING" CHAIR THAT HELPS WITH HER EDS AND POTS

Jess Hodges is 26 and lives in Lincolnshire, UK with her parents.  Jess suffers from various conditions that effect ...

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Seating Matters July 08, 2019 /

in Case Study, EDS, POTS, Epilepsy

BARIATRIC WHEELCHAIR AIDS STROKE PATIENT RECOVERY

Len Nixon is a bariatric gentlemen, approaching 400lbs.   After suffering a stroke, Len found himself being admitted ...

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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.