Orthopaedic Chairs

What is an Orthopaedic Chair?

As the name implies, these chairs are designed with the human skeleton in mind and the back in particular. Office workers in particular can suffer from back problems due to sitting at desks 8 hours a day. Bad backs will only become worse if the chair is not a quality, supportive seat designed for daily use.

Orthopaedic chairs usually have a large range of adjustments to suit each individual, from Coccyx cut outs in seats, extra supports for the upper and lower back and continuous moving mechanisms to stop the body locking up.

Benefits of Orthopaedic Chairs

Sitting may seem like a relaxing task but it actually puts a lot of pressure on the buttocks and thighs and can produce a number of problems, especially in the long term. This is why orthopaedic chairs can offer a number of health benefits to the user and as a result benefits your business.

Benefits include:

  • Back Support which stops the back becoming tired and sore.
  • Better posture as people sit and stand up straight which has long term health benefits
  • Increased efficiency and effectiveness of employees due to better health and comfort
  • Fewer sick days due to back and neck pain

You can find out more about bad backs and how the correct seating can alleviate these problems and also prevent them from occurring in the first place.

Try Before you Buy

Getting the right chair for you is just as important to us as it is to you!

That is why we offer a ‘try before you buy’ service on of our orthopaedic chairs. This will allow you to test your chosen chair in a real world situation before you purchase to ensure that it is suitable for your back and will be able to maximise the orthopaedic benefits for you.

As each person’s back complaint is slightly different, we would recommend calling us to discuss your individual needs and our experienced team can recommend the right chair for you: 0117 3600 123.

Recommended hours of use: Generally up to 8 hours

Suitable working environments:

  • Offices
  • Call centres
  • Schools
  • Classrooms
  • Universities

There are also of course other factors aside from using an orthopaedic chair that can help people who suffer from bad backs. Height Adjustable Desks enable incremental adjustments to the work height of the desk, which used alongside the correct chair can make a huge difference to the comfort of the worker.