The longer you live the greater the chance you will need a shower chair for personal hygiene. The reasons why you might need a shower chair might be many, which could include mobility problems due to aging or disease, problems with balance or being temporarily unable to stand in the shower due to an injury or recent surgical procedure.

The great news is that you have a wide selection of shower chairs to choose from including the basic ones to the beautiful ones with teak or bamboo finishes and even ones with materials and colors that match your bathroom decor.

You might think the fancy shower chairs are a bit too much because they only perform a simple task in the bathroom. However, all shower chairs don’t have to be made from just aluminum and plastic. As with materials, shower chairs also come with varying mobility, comfort and functionality levels. For someone living in a small apartment with a small shower, folding seats are the ideal solution for this situation. They can be folded and stored when not in use.

Since the need for shower chairs is increasing due to the rapidly growing aging American population, the medical device industry has come up with a wide array of chair designs and styles.

For instance, say you only need a small chair to be in the corner of your shower, one that can be removed when not in use; there is a really good chance that such a chair exists. If you need back support due to your disability or some other health problem, you can find shower chairs that have arms, backs, soft seats and virtually anything else that you would ever need.

Some people who have a disability find it difficult to exercise and as a result their body weight increases and in some cases fairly dramatically. This problem has not escaped the medical device industry and they have created chairs that will support as much as 850 lbs. So no matter your size you can find a suitable shower chair. There are also chairs that have to ability to be adjusted to accommodate taller people with disabilities or even shorter than average people and kids.

Some chairs even have wheels, which allow the user to walk in the shower if they have problems walking on their own. There are even some chairs with elaborate designs that look very similar to a wheelchair.


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