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Fri Nov 4, 2022, 11:11 PM

One of the things about knee surgery - you need a good sofa for recovery.

One that the seat is preferably around 17 - 19" off the floor (including cushion sink when sitting) and around 22 -24" deep.
A couple second-hand recliner/loveseats and my IKEA "club chair" on risers just won't cut it. Especially since the cats have pretty much destroyed the recliner loveseats over the past ten years.

So, what do y'all think of this model set? This is a local company that carries made in America or Portugal.

http://comfortsd.com/product/sofas-sectionals1003/
(The second pic with the sofa, chaise, and club seat, especially...)

Laz and the kidlet are going out tomorrow to look at this for me. We have a very pale blue living-room with a lot of the cafe-black Billie bookshelves and Kalex shelving.

Hopefully, this set meets the criteria! Especially since I just got an amazing bonus for this year's work saving the Navy close to $1.2 million with a new process and reporting artifacts for accurately assessing interoperability.

Haele

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Reply One of the things about knee surgery - you need a good sofa for recovery. (Original post)
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Fri Nov 4, 2022, 11:14 PM

1. The chase is good for the passive motion machine

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Fri Nov 4, 2022, 11:28 PM

2. Good luck!

And thank you for saving the Navy and thus all tax payers $$$$!

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Fri Nov 4, 2022, 11:35 PM

3. Looks comfy.

When I had foot surgery, I had the same issues. I had to elevate the foot or it would throb like a (insert bad word here)

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Response to haele (Original post)

Sat Nov 5, 2022, 12:01 AM

4. As a former knee surgery patient, I recommend Cryo Cuff

I’ve used the gravity-based and electric pump ones, and they’re fantastic.

There may (nowadays) be analogous competitors or better types, but man oh man did that ice-water + compression HELP

Good luck!

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