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Chiropody Chair

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by lisafinn, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. lisafinn

    lisafinn Welcome New Poster


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    I am looking for a good NEW chair, any ideas?

    Are there any makes I should avoid.

    Sorry to be vague but I have never bought one before.

    Lisa :sinking:
     
  2. Laetoliluna

    Laetoliluna Member

    All the suppliers are falling over themselves to demonstrate so make a wish list - eg. are a lot of your Pt's big, if there's no colour choice will it clash with your surgery's decor - sounds soft but you know how Pt's can be.... I'm sure all chairs sold have to be rigorously tested. I live by the KISS (keep it simple stupid) philosophy, if something can go wrong, it will, so not too many 'bell & whistles'. I'd also contact/visit your local branch as I just missed a 'gift' from a retiring local Pod. when I was setting up!
     
  3. welcome Lisa.

    Best not to post questions in the introductions section people often donĀ“t look here. Post them in the other forums you will get better results. Anyway here some other posts for you to look at.

    podiatry chair threads
     
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