Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 08:48:11 AM. Side-Chair. By Ernest Barnier.
Lift chairs are commonly used in businesses for individuals who do not have to use a wheelchair, but have difficulty walking up stairs or inclines. These generally have a chair at the base that the individual sits in. They then use the controls to move up or down the lift. The chair moves slowly, but it a great alternative for those who find the stairs to be very difficult to conquer.
A rolling ergonomic kneeling chair is an available option to the furniture that has rolling wheels at the bottom of its base. One of the first rules to ergonomics that you should remember, is that one should avoid remaining stagnant in one place for a long period of time. This applies to long sessions in front of the desk at work, extended gaming sessions, or midnight Facebook frenzies. Sitting still eventually leads to atrophy of the muscles, a condition that results in a tightness of the muscles which increases over time. Atrophy leads to discomfort, pain, as well as more complicated muscoloskeletal issues. The invention and production of the ergonomic kneeling chair with a rolling, wheeled base has changed ergonomic health in the workplace by leaps and bounds.
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