What Does Bariatric Mean?
The term bariatric is used to describe the branch of medicine that deals with and treats obesity. Quality of life for bariatric patients can be greatly improved through the use of specialised furniture and support surfaces, such as bariatric recliner chairs.
What Makes Furniture Classified As Bariatric?
In terms of furniture, bariatric furniture relates to pieces such as recliner chairs, patient chairs, and mattresses that are suitable for heavier people. Bariatric furniture is usually designed to withstand a much heavier maximum weight, therefore they are more comfortable for overweight people than regular furniture. They also consider different issues that heavier people face, such as lower mobil
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