When balance, joint pain, or lowering or raising from a chair becomes a problem, a lift chair can be a simple and advantageous addition to your home. And with several style and fabric options to choose from, a lift chair can be seamlessly integrated into your current home decor.
MaxiComfort chairs offer optimal comfort positions that promote health, wellness, and relaxation. The most common recline settings are TV watching, sleep, zero-gravity, and trendelenburg positions. The lift mechanism will transfer you effortlessly and smoothly while getting in and out of your chair. There are six different styles of chairs within the MaxiComfort series.
Signature chairs have three new models with luxurious comfort features including: a Shiatsu massage system, three-pillow waterfall backrest, a pocketed coil spring seat, and open arm storage.
Traditional chairs have hybrid sizing – small/medium for people 5’1″ – 5’6″ and medium/large for people 5’7″ to 6’4″. This series has more fabric and style options to be able to match any current home decor.
Our most popular series that features plush design to provide exceptional lumbar support, a full chaise pad to give you total body comfort, and 10 distinct sizes for a perfect fit.
Enjoy comfortable relaxation that’s easy on your budget. Three styles provide a full-spectrum of features: split or full chaise pad, button-back or seam back design, and plush seats.
Insurance coverage should always be verified with one of Rice Home Medical’s customer service representatives. Medicare, and other insurance providers that follow Medicare guidelines, will only cover the seat-lift mechanism, but not the actual chair portion itself. The patient must have had a Face-to-Face examination with a physician, NP, CNS, or PA.
The seat lift mechanism can be covered under insurance if all of the following are met:
- The patient must have a diagnosis of severe arthritis of the hip or knee OR severe neuromuscular disease.
- The seat lift must be a part of the physician’s course of treatment and be prescribed to aid in improvement, or slow deteroiration, in the patient’s condition.
- The patient must be completely incapable of standing up from a regular armchair or any chair in their home.
- Once standing, the patient must have the ability to ambulate.
- Other therapeutic modalities have been tried and failed.