Ergonomic Office Chairs For Back Support
Incredibly, most people spend up to 70% of their day at work sitting!
The demands of the 21st century mean that most of us spend many hours in front of a computer. This has resulted in a huge increase in posture-related injuries, ranging from mild to debilitating pain, impact on productivity, quality of life, and overall health. When sitting on a conventional chair for long periods of time, most of us tend to slouch or hunch, overstretching the spinal ligaments and straining the discs and surrounding structures of the spine. Over time, this can cause damage to the spine and significantly contribute to shoulder, neck and back pain.
The Bambach Saddle Seat Solution
The ergonomic design of Bambach’s executive office chair allows your body to sit naturally and comfortably, providing a solution to poor posture and back problems by:
- Maintaining the spine in its natural “S” shape, instead of the crunched “C”, with all the major joints in a neutral, stress-free position. No hunching or no slouching.
- Allowing the knees to be positioned lower than the hips creating a stable, balanced position. Long-term use also strengthens back and core muscles.
- Customising the seat to suit the individual, with four different seat sizes and multiple stem heights.
Whether you are looking for an office chair for a large organisation or home office seat, you can be assured that all Bambach ergonomic office chairs will lead to a more productive and pain-free work environment. Available in hundreds of colours, a range of fabrics and a huge variety of accessories, the Bambach Saddle Seat can be customised to suit your needs, your office and your life.
Why sit at all?
Experts in the fields of ergonomics have identified the benefits of sitting down to work as:
- Relieving the joints of the lower limbs from load bearing
- Avoiding working in unnatural positions
- Reducing energy consumption, lowering demands on the respiratory and vascular systems
- Proving greater stability and a better range of movement for the worker.
Further Reading: “An Opinion on the Theory of Ergonomic Task Seating vs The Facts” by Mary Gale