Posted on 22/11/2013

Comfort Cushions for Chairs, Baths and Wheelchairs

Comfort Cushions for Chairs, Baths and Wheelchairs

If you or someone you love is confined to a chair for most of the day then it is important to ensure that the chair provides maximum comfort. What might seem like an extremely comfortable chair might not be comfortable after a prolonged period of time. This is where comfort aids such as comfort cushions are ideal.

Designed for Comfort and Safety

Similarly, being confined to a wheel chair can cause discomfort, as much as wheelchairs are invaluable to persons suffering immobility, many of the older models are not designed with comfort in mind. And now you can even enjoy the advanced comfort provided from comfort cushions with our range of bath cushions. Baths are notoriously uncomfortable, especially for those who suffer from a disability. In addition, we also provide specialist comfort cushions that can be used to support arms and legs.

NRS Healthcare have been providing all manner of disabled mobility aids that are designed to provide comfort and help those who would otherwise struggle to complete day to day tasks independently.  For over 60 years we have been dedicated to the wellbeing and quality of life of our customers. We work closely with Occupational Therapists and our in-house development team to develop the most innovative and forward thinking tools and equipment that meet British Healthcare Trades Association standards and codes of practice. Because of this NRS Healthcare are awarded members of the BHTA.

Request a Brochure

With over 2,500 products available, NRS are sure to have something to suit your needs. You can place your order online for any of our mobility products or if you prefer you can give us a call on 0845 287 3096. Our team of customer service representatives are always happy to help and provide any additional information. For those that prefer to view products within a brochure these are available on request.

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