Chiro office chair is a fully functional contoured chair. More work hours are lost through back pain and injuries than any other reason. The number of people reporting back issues is rising rapidly. One reason is poor seating posture at work, especially amongst office personnel. Chiro chairs are available with high back and medium back to suit every user. They are feature rich and highly functional to ensure they can be adjusted to support any user in the best possible way. Chiro can combat the discomfort of back sufferers and educe the likelihood of posture related medical problems being acquired. They carry the additional endorsement of the respected chiropractor Dr. Robert Bateman. The Chiro match their functionality and quality with a design signature that makes them one of our most sought after big value seating solutions.
- Posture chair – approved by a UK chiropractic doctor.
- Height adjustable backrest with fixed lumbar support.
- Contoured foam seat and back for extra comfort and support.
- Triple lever synchronised tilt mechanism.
- Seat slide.
- Height a angle adjustable headrest to ensure best fit.
- Polished chrome 5 star base
BEFORE YOU DECIDE ON AN OFFICE CHAIR, CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING:
IN WHAT KIND OF ENVIRONMENT WILL THE OFFICE CHAIR BE USED?
Choosing the right chair is very important, especially if you spend up to 8 hours sitting at a desk. The right office chair should be picked with high comfort level and attractive design. The chair should help to achieve an ergonomically correct seating posture to minimise work related stress. A poor fit may lead to health concerns, whereas the right office chair can help you stay content and focused throughout your workday.
WHAT SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR IN AN OFFICE CHAIR?
Office chairs come with a variety of mechanisms that may control the tilt angle, tension tightness and other functions. These features can make a huge difference depending on how much time you spend in your chair.
Mobility – Castors
Most office chairs have castors, allowing for ease of movement around your desk and removing the risk of straining when reaching across the desk to reach something.
An office chair should allow you to freely swivel – turn around in your chair – for ease of access to various parts of the desk.
A good office chair has a lumbar support for the lower back – it helps to keep the spine in its naturally curved ‘S’ shape. Some office chairs have an adjustable lumbar support, allowing to fit it to the user.
The ability to modify the seat height of your office chair can be essential in keeping you comfortable even during long hours.
Tilt Control / Adjustability
Tilt control allows for a slight angle of your seat back. Adjusting the backrest allows the user to relieve any pressure on the upper back by adapting to the posture.
Adjustable armrests may be an important source of support, preventing discomfort.
Office chairs may vary with their materials. Seat should be adequately padded to offer support for the user. This also applies to arms and back if the chair is with solid back – some chairs may be with mesh back.
NOT SURE IF THE CHAIR IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Give us a call or an email and let us know what your needs are and what you are looking for – we will help to choose the right chair for you.