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Shower Chairs

Regular showering or bathing is essential to maintaining personal hygiene. However, many people with medical disabilities or mobility issues often have trouble standing up for the length of a shower. Shower chairs can help you get yourself clean independently while reducing the risk of injury. Here at Walgreens, you can find a wide selection of shower chairs to fit your specific needs.

Types of Shower Chairs

Although they all function similarly, you'll find that there are actually several different types of shower chairs.

Shower Chairs without Backs or Arms

Products without arms or a back are often considered the least obtrusive because they allow you to sit facing whatever direction you choose and let the water wash over your entire body. Some of these products even include swiveling seats that make them more versatile.

Shower Chairs with Backs

If sitting up straight gives you trouble, then you might prefer a seat with some back support that allows you to lean back while you shower. These products may slightly obstruct the flow of water to your back so make sure you take extra care to wash the parts of your body that rest against the shower seat.

Shower Chairs with Arm Supports

Also popular on certain shower chairs are arm supports that may help you stand and sit more easily. These additions can be especially useful if you will be transferring into the shower from a wheelchair and need to be able to put your weight on something in the process.

Shower Chairs with Wheels

If getting into the shower is an issue, you can even find shower chairs on wheels that allow you to transfer first and then push yourself into the shower stall or get help from a caretaker.

Using Your Shower Chair Safely

Water is a necessary part of bathing but it can also make the process dangerous because it makes surfaces slippery. Make sure to use caution when entering and exiting the shower and don't be afraid to ask for help if you feel wary. When you use your shower chair, you may want to strap yourself in to keep from falling. It's also a good idea for safety reasons to dry yourself off in the shower before getting out so that you minimize the chance of slipping.