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Recliners are a proven way to rid of stress, back pain, neck pain, breathing problems, and tight or sore muscles. Relax The Back’s recliner chairs ease tension from your spine by elevating you to a "zero gravity" position.

What is the best recliner for back pain?

The best recliner for a bad back is an ergonomic recliner otherwise known as a therapeutic chair. Ergonomic recliner chairs work by providing lumbar support to your lower back, thoracic support to your mid-back , and cervical support to your neck when in a high back chair recliner. Back support in recliners is critical because you're likely to be spending a great deal of your resting time in this piece of furniture. This means that your back can benefit even if you don't yet need a purpose-made recliner for back pain, think of the investment you are making in yourself. Whether you need therapeutic chair recliner for back pain now now or are looking to prevent future issues we have large selection of therapeutic chairs and ergonomic recliners, stop by one of our showrooms and try one out!

Do you carry therapeutic chairs for elderly people?

Relax The Back carries a large selection of therapeutic chairs and ergonomic recliners for elderly people. Whether your back pain is recent or something you've dealt with for years our experts can help you find a back support recliner that targets your individual back pain needs. In addition to staying active, one of the best ways to prevent back pain in elderly people is to provide proper lumbar, thoracic, and cervical support. A high back chair recliner can be a useful tool in this fight.    

Can you sleep in recliner for back pain?

If you suffer from back pain sleeping in an ergonomic recliner is a safe and effective way to help soothe back pain. Though you might not want to every night, doing is when your pain is flaring up can be considered safe. In addition to helping combat back pain, sleeping in a therapeutic chair can also help people who suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or sleep apnea. If you're bed is not ergonomic sleeping in a back support recliner is one tool in your arsenal but you may want to also consider an ergonomic Tempur-Pedic mattress or an adjustable bed frame.