The Bambach Saddle Seat can ease the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis for MS Sufferers.
Amongst the many problems MS can bring, the one which new sufferers often notice the most is the loss of their independence. This can be as a result of increased fatigue – which makes it difficult to carry out even everyday tasks – or due to muscle spasm, spasticity, or tremor (ataxia), which again affect the ability to do simple activities previously taken for granted.
Fortunately, the Bambach Saddle Seat can provide a solution, relieving some of the symptoms of MS and making it possible for you to be independent once again. Posture-correct seating can bring huge relief in the form of less tired muscles, more control over physical movement and the ability to sit more comfortably for longer.
The Bambach Saddle Seat offers proven benefits that can reduce the impact of MS symptoms. Here are just a few of the benefits of Saddle Seating for Multiple Sclerosis sufferers:
Focus on pelvic control maintains an upright stable pelvis in its neutral position which in turn reduces muscle fatigue by encouraging natural posture. In this position the spine, shoulder girdle, trunk, head and neck can function in their most stable position.
Trunk and head control are easier in the natural position so that functional activities, such as wallowing and speech are improved.
With the upper body stable and free to move in this upright posture, eye contact, communication and social interaction are a great deal easier.
The impact of properly supportive seating for Multiple Sclerosis sufferers can be dramatic.
Whether you’re a Multiple Sclerosis patient, carer or health care professional, we’d love to talk to you about the benefits of the Bambach Saddle Seat. You can contact us here for an obligation-free conversation, or you can even request a custom made Saddle Seat on a completely free trial.
Bambach understands the problems associated with Multiple Sclerosis
- Tremor (unintentional rhythmic muscle movement, usually in the hands)
- Decreased co-ordination and balance causing an unsteady gait
- Muscle weakness in one or more limbs
- Muscle spasticity
- Temperature sensitivity and exercise intolerance
- Fatigue and dizziness
Focus on pelvic control maintains an upright stable pelvis in its neutral position. In this position the spine, shoulder girdle, trunk, head and neck can function in their most stable position.