Why choose an ergonomic chair?

Ergonomic office chairs are designed to keep the back and spine in a correct position. A good ergonomic chair helps improve posture so that users do not suffer from back pain, neck pain or soreness of muscles. While ergonomics may start with an ergonomic chair, it also goes beyond into ergonomic workstations, ergonomic computer keyboards and ergonomically designed furniture, all of which we can help you with. But back to ergonomic office chairs!

A good ergonomic office chair features several components which are designed to support the body. The back of the chair provides a high level of support to the user’s back when sitting in an upright position.

The seat pan, meanwhile, is ergonomically contoured so that the spine is not forced to arch forward or backwards. Ergonomic office chairs will have gas lift /seat height adjustment capabilities, so it can be adjusted to the proper ergonomic position for any sized user without causing discomfort.

The ergonomic office chair will also have lumbar support so that the spine is supported and there is no pressure on the lower back. When sitting in a chair for long periods of time, the best thing you can do is use armrests to support your upper body and reduce weight on your lower back. However, with armrests it’s important to consider what will work for you specifically!

It is important to have an ergonomic office chair which fits the individual. Ditch the back pain and get on your way to ergonomic success. Book a call with one of our experts who will assess your needs, take into account all aspects of what you do during work hours and lifestyle outside work hours.

A good ergonomic chair is an investment. It provides physical ergonomic support which helps to prevent back, neck and shoulder pain while working at a desk at home or in the office.

One last thing. When sitting for long periods of time, it’s always important to remember that the body needs a break. In order to maintain good posture and avoid eye strain caused by poor lighting or viewing angles, take frequent breaks from your workstation every hour or so. Standing up will also help relieve fatigue!