Our team at Georgian Anesthesia and Medical Corp. has been working in the medical equipment industry for many years, and we want to help you find the right equipment for your clinic. In our experience, one of the most important pieces of equipment in a medical or dental practice is the procedure chairs, as the chair affects your patients’ comfort and you and your staff’s ability to perform medical procedures. In this article, we’ll go over a few things to consider when choosing medical procedure chairs in order to find the perfect option for your needs.
- Consider Your Field of Medicine – The first thing you should consider when choosing medical procedure chairs is the kind of medicine you work in. There are medical chairs designed for specific medical contexts—for example, podiatrists often use specialized podiatry chairs, which allow them to more carefully adjust the position of their patients’ feet and ankles. If you are curious about whether your field has specialized medical procedure chairs, we encourage you to reach out to our team to find out.
- Consider Barriers vs. No Barriers – Another thing to think about when choosing medical procedure chairs is whether you want a chair with or without barriers (armrests). Both options have their merits—for example, many people find reclining in a chair with armrests more comfortable, but many medical professionals find it easier to assist patients in a chair with no barriers.
- Consider Quality – Lastly, when choosing medical procedure chairs, you should always take the time to read reviews and do product research to make sure you choose the best, most durable option. Our team has extensive experience in this field, and we can recommend the ideal chairs for your needs.