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Can anyone recommend a good recliner?
Apologies if I am posting in the wrong forum. My brother has had a couple back/neck surgeries & I am trying to find out what a good recliner would be for him. He had a lower back surgery (I'm sorry I don't know the terminology, but it was pretty much at his waist) to repair a ruptured disk about 10 years ago. He also had a neck surgery a few years ago. His disk(s) were actually crushing his spinal cord. Anyhow, after his first surgery he bought a barcalounger which worked great up until recently. Now, the longer he sits in it, the worse his muscle spasms get. However, they have discontinued the model & none go flat enough for him. I noticed alot of the back pain recliners are not advertised as going flat but rather have a bend in the knee/waist area (zero gravity). I'm not having much luck finding personal reviews. He feels best when he can lay completely flat. Anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks for the help!