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Are Saddle Stools Comfortable? & Other FAQ

The Bambach Saddle Seat was the first of its kind in the world, and experts agree that it continues to lead the way in seating practice today. The Bambach is customised specifically for the needs of our customers, made to support your body, health and profession. Guaranteed for quality assurance, our range of saddle stools are ergonomically sound, tough, durable and safe. With or without a back, the Bambach range provides the right seat for any environment or purpose.

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Benefits of Using Ergonomic Office Chairs

As our work lives become more sedentary, the importance of having a healthy, ergonomic work environment increases. At Bambach Saddle Seat, we strive to give our customers a sound ergonomic seating solution which supports and encourages correct seating posture. Our saddle seats are customised to suit the individual user, taking into account personal attributes such as height, gender, occupation, environment and workstation. Bambach chairs can be used in offices, dental surgeries, hospitals, veterinary clinics and art studios – basically anywhere where people need to sit down!

 

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Hager Asia article: Healthy Sitting - Goodbye to Back Pain

Healthy Sitting – Goodbye to Back Pain

Article by Dr. Hans H. Sellmann, Marl, Germany. August 2015

 

THOSE INVOLVED IN CLINICAL PRACTICE, be it as dentists, hygienists, or assistants, are prone to back issues. These include lower back and neck problems that relate to how they position themselves while rendering treatment.

 

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Dental Economics: Taking the backache out of practicing

Taking the backache out of practicing

Article from Dentaleconomics.com. USA. May 2015

 

THOSE INVOLVED IN CLINICAL PRACTICE, be it as dentists, hygienists, or assistants, are prone to back issues. These include lower back and neck problems that relate to how they position themselves while rendering treatment.

 

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The Daily Telegraph article: Your chair could be killing you

Your chair could be killing you

Article from Daily Telegraph, Australia. Wednesday, March 2, 2016

 

Chairs are silent killers for too many Australians. Studies have linked prolonged sitting with a 24 percent increase in the likelihood of succumbing to some forms of cancer, heart disease and other preventable diseases.

 

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