Alleviate Back Pain And Stay Healthy At Work With An Ergonomic Chair

Alleviate Back Pain And Stay Healthy At Work With An Ergonomic Chair

Posted by Human Solution on Feb 21st 2013

If you’re searching for information about ergonomic chairs, it’s probably because you’re suffering from some sort of back pain or back discomfort. Don’t fret; we’re here to help. We’ll help you get your back feeling supported, healthy and comfortable by pointing you to the best ergonomic chairs on the market.

The popular ergonomic chairs we offer are designed to help with all types of back pain, from stabbing pain to dull pain to cramps and aches. Ergonomic chairs help prevent such pain and back injuries by offering excellent back support, back designs that match the natural shape of your back and spine, and adjustments that allow you to set the chairs’ backrest to the right point for you.

According to the Mayo Clinic, everyday routine office work can worsen or cause back pain or injury. Just sitting in the wrong chair can not only make you feel uncomfortable, but doing so can lead to a number of health issues down the line. So one of the best things you can do for your back is to find the best ergonomic chair to suit your body.

There are many things to consider when searching for the right chair that will relax your back and keep your spine and lumbar or lower back area feeling supported. A good ergonomic chair should have adjustable lumbar support and plenty of other ergonomic adjustments, including recline adjustment, seat height adjustment, and seat depth adjustments, to be truly ergonomic. Learn more by reading this post about what makes a chair ergonomic.

Here are some of the chairs we like to recommend for strong all-day back support. Click on the linked chairs for more info: The Steelcase Leap Chair, Steelcase Amia Chair, Raynor Ergohuman Chair, Humanscale Freedom Chair.

We have several more chairs, of course. Fill out our ergonomic chair selector form and we’ll email you expert recommendations. And, if you really want to give your back a break, we recommend using a height adjustable standing desk, also called a sit-to-stand desk, which allows you to stand for part of the day and sit for part of the day. Standing naturally takes pressure off the back and promotes the best posture.

If you have any questions, please give us a call at 1-800-531-3746 or speak to one of our ergonomic experts.

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