Let Oak Tree Mobility help find the solution to help with your Osteoarthritis and regain your independence
All of the Oak Tree Mobility products provide options for each of the three categories an occupational therapist would consider: joint protection, compensation and fatigue.
Rise and Recline Chairs:
A correctly measures rise and recline chair can help improve your posture, in turn reducing back and joint pain. It also allows you to sit more comfortably which can help protect your joints whilst resting. The ‘rise’ functionality of our chairs helps support hip and knee joints and assists in sitting and standing safely, with minimal strain. The high leg lift available with our chairs helps improve circulation and reduce leg swelling. The heat and massage functionality can also help alleviate stiffness. See the range of Oak Tree Mobility Rise and Recline Chairs >>
If you need support or assistance standing or adjusting your position in bed, our adjustable beds can help. The range of adjustable beds from Oak Tree Mobility are available with a leg raise which can help reduce swelling and improve circulation. Most people with Osteoarthritis find their joints are stiffest first thing in the morning or last thing at night – our beds make it easy to adjust your position, helping ensure comfort and a good night’s sleep. Getting a good night’s sleep is essential to help all parts of the body – particularly the joints – repair themselves. See the range of Oak Tree Mobility Adjustable Beds >>
At night when joints are at their stiffest, a bath lift can help you continue to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of a nice soak in a hot bath while staying safe and comfortable. The mechanics of the bath lift also protect painful joints and promote pain reduction when getting in and out of the bath. The benefits of a hot bath on muscle pain are well known but the routine also helps you to relax. See the range of Oak Tree Mobility Bath Lifts >>
All Oak Tree Mobility staff have been trained by Samantha, a registered occupational therapist. As such, they’ll know what questions to ask and what to look for in helping support you when choosing mobility furniture that can support and promote your health and well-being. Get in touch to find out more.