Sarah was periodically assessed over 2 months in her care home. She was a 62 year old resident with early Alzheimer’s ...Read More
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.
Annie was a 73 year old lady with advanced rheumatoid arthritis and low tone in her trunk. She was on long term ...Read More
Margaret, an 81 year old female with a history of pneumonia, had recently suffered a stroke (CVA). She had a high ...Read More
Joan, 89, had an aortic aneurysm, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoarthritis, and was at risk of skin breakdown and falls. ...Read More
A pressure ulcer is a localized injury to the skin and/or underlying tissue, usually over a bony prominence caused by ...Read More
Alzheimer’s disease is the leading form of dementia found in elderly patients marked by the slow degeneration of ...Read More
Award winning tissue viability nurse Deborah Gleeson has been instrumental in making changes to pressure care at ...Read More
Committment to outstanding patient care Managing Director of Cornfield Care Centre Jervis Nutt, has been commended ...Read More
We’ve discovered from speaking to clinicians, physiotherapists, nurses and occupational therapists across the world ...Read More
On Wednesday 17th February 2016, we held an event in Belfast, Northern Ireland, officially launching the results of ...Read More