Raizer M & Raizer II Lifting Chairs
Sustained injuries from falls cost Americans millions of dollars a year. What’s more, is that the person trying to help a fallen patient back up often sustains injuries from improper lifting. Raizer M and Raizer II Lifting Chairs are the only lifting devices on the market that quickly help a fallen person from a lying to a sitting position AND protect the helper too.
The Leading Portable Lifting Device for Falls
When it comes to ease of use, storage, portability, safety, speed, capacity, and more, Raizer M beats all the lifting devices currently on the market. While we might not be able to prevent your loved ones from falling, we can help alleviate serious injuries, ensuring fallen patients can get up quickly and get to help.
When my wife came back from hip replacement surgery, she had a tendency to fall down often. It was difficult to get her back up without causing her pain. The Raizer M is a true life saver and has made it so much easier to help her up! Thank you Rize Up!
My grandfather enjoys playing with his grand kids on the floor in our living room. Unfortunately, lately it has become an ordeal to get him back up from the floor. Rize Up had the perfect product that easily helps him every time comfortably. Thank goodness for the Raizer M.
My mom has had several surgeries on her knees through the years. She uses a walker to help her throughout the house. We thought we had every tool available to help her along until she fell. I need to call my brother to come by and help me help her up. My friend referred me to the Raizer M. I haven't had to use it yet, but the quality of this product, I know I don't have to call my brother to help me next time!
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Whether you’re caring for a loved one at home or caring for thousands of elderly patients at an assisted living facility, Rize Up has your back.
Caregiving Can Cause Series Lifting Injuries
Many caregivers assisting fallen patients end up getting injured themselves. Caregivers have one of the highest rates of lifting injuries. According to Allina Hospitals and Clinics, 12% of caregivers leave the profession each year due to back injuries. Of those who stay, over 52% complain of chronic back pain.