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Hip Chair :: for the post hip surgery patient
Hip Chair :: for the post hip surgery patient

Hip Chair :: for the post hip surgery patient


Raised seat helps to minimize hip movement.

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  • For those with recent hip surgery
  • Can be used in the shower or kitchen
  • Blow-molded plastic seat and back with textured finish
The Hip Chair was designed for users who have recently undergone hip surgery. People with arthritis who have had a total hip replacement will find this extra tall chair with arm rests allows them to stand easily and sit comfortably.

The Hip Chair seat height adjusts from 25.5 to 29.5 inches, which allows for minimum movement of the hip. People who have had a total hip replacement will find this tall chair with armrests helps make following safety precautions easier. This chair can be used at the kitchen bar or counter for preparing food, in the bathroom as a shower chair, or for dressing in the bedroom. The seat and back are blow-molded plastic with a textured finish. The frame is rust-proof, high-strength, polished aluminum. This tall chair with armrests was designed to benefit the person with partial or total hip replacement, arthritis, or knee surgery. Users with arthritis will find the Hip Chair helps make sitting and standing easier.

Non returnable hygiene item.

Hip Chair Instructions

Hip Chair Specifications:

  • Seat Size: 17.75 inches wide, 14.75 inches deep.
  • Seat Height: Adjusts from 25.5 to 29.5 inches.
  • Base Width: 20 - 21 inches (measures from outside leg tips).
  • Base Depth: 2.5 - 24.5 inches.
  • Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Model: 73231. (Replaces Model 63231).
Just what we needed!
This shower chair is just what we needed! My husband had hip surgery recently. He is 6'8" and the shower chair we had was not appropriate for his height. I found this one online and ordered it. We don't have any tall chairs with arms in the house, so this is also useful for him to sit at our tall kitchen table and eat or do computer work.
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Reviewed by:  from Ann Arbor, MI. on 2/17/2016
Nicely made, but as s shower chair it has one big flaw(slippery arms). Some characteristics that would make its great shower chair would be a rotating seat which had a cut out in the seat that accommodated personal hygiene and fold down arms.
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Reviewed by:  from TUCSON. on 11/14/2016
Chair stable and rugged.
Chair is stable and rugged. Made for tall people. I'm 6'2" with long legs and use lowest setting. Will continue to use in shower after recovering hip surgery for safety.
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Reviewed by:  from Satellite Beach, FL. on 1/24/2020
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