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Quad Shower Chair, What To Use?

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#1 *Bill Stricklen*

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Posted 16 November 2005 - 09:54 PM

I have a friend that is a quadriplegic. I need to purchase or build a shower chair to use with limited shower space. Any ideas as what to use? It is a shower that can be rolled into but is only 5 feet X 4 feet in size. Have considered using a mesh sling and his hydraulic lift. Our local home medical center has sent a chair but it is too large. When we ask about other ideas, they have none. I'm sure someone else out there has already addressed this problem and has solved it. Thanks in advance.
Bill Stricklen bstricklen@charter.net
Point Pleasant, WV

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Posted 17 November 2005 - 12:09 AM


I got this website from another fella on here and it has a really cool option for a shower chair.

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