Ergonomic Orthopedic Complete Work Station


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This unit brings together the versatility of ergonomic height adjustable sit stand desk to complement the value of ergonomic office chair for those who value efficiency at work place.

This standing desk is electronically height adjustable allowing you to conveniently transition between sitting and standing while you work. The desk is very versatile due to its height range and works well in many environments

A standing desk encourages alternation between sitting and standing as you go about your daily work routines. This fluidity stimulates blood flow, which in turn increases the oxygen levels in your body. This not only means that fatigue and muscle soreness are minimised, but work capability is boosted with greater focus and productivity.

To complete an ergonomic feel we combine this desk with an ergonomic seat,Anyone with an office job knows the (literal) pain of sitting for extended periods of time; spending the entire day in a chair can take a very real, very uncomfortable toll on your body, and this is just magnified whenever you are forced to sit in a chair that hasn’t been ergonomically designed to maximize your health and comfort.

Our seat is designed with the input of more than 30 physicians and PhDs in biomechanics, vision, physical therapy, and ergonomics, our office chair is for those who take sitting seriously. This chair is the modern benchmark for pressure distribution, natural alignment, and healthy movement. Instead of locking you into the seat, this modern ergonomic office chair combines active and passive ergonomics to encourage effortless long-term sitting. Its signature spinal design lets you manually fine-tune the fit to your back while the matrix of pixels in the seat and back automatically conform to your micro-movements. An Orthopedic chair is designed to provide your spine and skeletal system with the best possible support. It offers support for the lumbar region of your spine so that you can sit in a position that keeps you from hunching over and straining your shoulders. There are many different types of orthopedic chairs available out there, but what they all have in common is that they are focused on the comfort of your spin.


Orthopedic chair

Do you find that your back aches after a full day at work and your neck and shoulders are stiff and sore? Perhaps the chair you are sitting in is not very beneficial for your back? Sitting in a poorly designed chair can cause strain, discomfort, stiffness and soreness. These effects are not noticeable right away, but if the chair does not provide sufficient support for your spine it will cause problems over time.

Human beings did not evolve to be sitting down all day long – our bodies thrive better when we walk and move around. However, in this information age many of us have computer-based jobs that require us to sit at a desk for our entire workday. Orthopedic chairs help to combat the strain of caused by sitting for too long.

What is an Orthopedic Chair?

An Orthopedic chair is designed to provide your spine and skeletal system with the best possible support. It offers support for the lumbar region of your spine so that you can sit in a position that keeps you from hunching over and straining your shoulders. There are many different types of orthopedic chairs available out there, but what they all have in common is that they are focused on the comfort of your spine.

What are the Benefits of an Orthopedic Chair?


What are some of the benefits that an orthopedic chair has to offer?

It supports your posture, keeping your spine in a healthy position and preventing you from slouching or hunching your shoulders.

Orthopedic chairs are more comfortable than normal chairs and they can be adjusted to your body type so that they fit your needs.

An orthopedic chair can help to reduce stiffness in the neck and shoulder region which can decrease your risk of cervical spondylosis.

Orthopedic chairs also reduce the pressure on your hips, because they have a cushion that supports your buttocks and hips.

Most orthopedic chairs are designed to make working easy. They usually have a swivel function that will enable the user to move swiftly without having to extend or strain in any way.

How to Choose an Orthopedic Chair?

What to Consider

When you are choosing an orthopedic chair there is a lot to consider. The same chair will not be suited for everyone and there are several factors to keep in mind. First of all, consider your bodily dimensions when you are choosing a chair. The armrests should be high enough to support your arms, the chair should be at the right height so that your feet can rest on the floor and the back support should reach the appropriate height at your back. As a general rule the optimal height for the seat should be around one quarter of your body height.

Take a close look at the seat height, it should be easily adjustable. The width and depth of the seat should be enough to support your body and there should also be lower back support.

One of the most important features of an orthopedic chair is the level of back support that it offers. Different back shapes and contouring will provide support to different areas of the spine.

The seat size is something to take into consideration when you are choosing a chair. When you are seated with your buttocks against the back of the chair the seat should extend along your thigh and stop just short of contacting the back of your knee joint. The cap between the front edge of the seat and the back of the knee should be approximately the width of three fingers.

If you choose a chair with a seat that is too long then it will press against the back of your knee joint and cause blood flow issues. Or, it might cause you to sit too far ahead on the chair, which negates the back support that the chair is able to offer. Of course, if the seat is too short you will not get the support along the leg that you need, which can also lead to increased pressure on the back on your mid thighs.

It is also important to look for a chair seat that is made of some form of high density and high quality foam. The foam will make the chair more comfortable and will help it to conform to the shape of your body. There are even modern technologies such as gel seats and memory foam that will allow the chair itself to change and adapt for each individual user.

Another consideration when choosing an orthopedic chair is whether or not it should have a foam molded backrest or a mesh backrest. The advantage of a foam molded backrest is that it will provide a fitted back shape with a great deal of lumbar support, which can be better for your back. An advantage of a mesh chair is that it will provide airflow, making it cooler and more comfortable in a warm working environment.

Do you want an orthopedic chair with armrests or without them? Some people prefer armrests because they will support the arms for reading and in other positions, as well as help with transferring in and out of the chair. If you are considering a chair with armrests, you might want to choose adjustable armrests so that you can fit them to your size and arm length. However, keep in mind that some physiotherapists do not recommend chairs with armrests because they can limit the movement of the chair under the desk, which will cause you to lean forward and move your spine out of alignment.

To help you choose your orthopedic chair you should also consider the height of the desk that you will be sitting at. Your chair should be the right height so that you can slide your legs under the desk comfortably and rest your arms at the right angle when you are working and typing. Make sure that you measure your desk before you go shopping for chairs.

Keep these tips in mind so that you can find the right orthopedic chair for your needs.


Ergonomic desk

What is a sit-stand desk?

Sit-stand desks (also called standing office desks) are office desks that can be either manually or electronically adjusted to sitting or standing height throughout the day. This helps prevent problems associated with prolonged sitting by providing the ability to move between two working positions.

Why buy a sit-stand desk?

Many studies show that sitting for more than 6 hours a day is linked to being overweight, obese, having type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer and even premature death.

With technology such as computers, television and video consoles changing our work and leisure habits, it seems we’re spending increasing amounts of our lives sitting down. There is no doubt this is seriously impacting office worker health. In fact, a substantial piece of research on the topic found that a sedentary lifestyle can cause:

112% increase in risk of diabetes.

147% increase in cardiovascular events.

90% increase in death caused by cardiovascular events.

49% increase in death from any cause.

An adjustable-height sit-stand desk gives you the option to sit or stand throughout the day, keeping your muscles active and reducing the risk of aches and pains caused by repetitive movements.

How high should a standing desk be?

Standing office desks can be adjusted and customized to whichever height the user finds the most comfortable. Having said this, there are a few things to consider when deciding on an optimum height:

Desk accessories should be easily reachable.

The user must be able to see any computer screens directly in front of them without moving the neck.

Elbows should be resting at a 90-degree angle at full height.

What are the benefits of a sit-stand desk?

Increased alertness, concentration and productivity.

Improved blood circulation.

Relief from muscle ache caused by static posture.

Flexibility to adjust your working position to the task at hand.

Burn more calories.

How do you setup a standing desk?

Setting up a standing desk is virtually identical to a regular fixed height desk. However, there are some additional steps to acknowledge:

Assembly: Take note of the manufacturer’s guidance when it comes to assembly. While instructions may vary, it’s important your desk is assembled correctly.

Sitting: When sitting, ensure that your back is resting in an upright, comfortable position. This is also your opportunity to arrange any desk accessories functionally

Standing: Your standing position shouldn’t vary much from your sitting position. Everything should feel natural and effortless while moving between two positions.

Avoid slouching: Sometimes, it can be tempting to kneel or lean on your desk while standing. This has a great impact on our posture and should be avoided at all costs. So, when setting up your new standing desk, be sure to stand up straight.

Alternating positions: Once you’ve found your optimal seated and standing position, you are ready to begin using your new standing desk. Be sure to alternate between both positions throughout the day at a 1:1 ratio. So, for every hour, you should stand and sit for 30 minutes each.

With these steps complete you’ll be well on your way to enjoying a much more pleasurable ergonomic working experience.

How can I ensure my sit-stand desk is set up correctly?

Have your new desk delivered and set up at a time convenient to you with our team. Trained technicians will make sure you’re as comfortable and confident as possible with your purchase – and they’ll even conveniently remove and recycle all the packaging afterwards so you’re ready to go.

What size sit-stand desks do you sell?

No matter what type of office you’re upgrading, our sit-stand desk is perfect for almost any space. This customizable desk is great for both home, office and regular work use.

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