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Chair Users with Lumbar Issues
This entry was posted on September 26, 2008 by Alec.
This is my painful area when sitting down. Doesn't flare up all the time, but sometimes. So I have to be real careful as to what chairs I choose. I normally need an adjustable lumbar support, that pushes into my lumbar region, into the concave of my lower back.
What do I do to prevent recurring back pain? I get up and stretch a little bit more than normal. People may think I'm strange, but I'd rather be strange than hurting. Also, I have a keyboard tray and monitor arm, as well as the aforementioned chair with adjustable active lumbar support. (It is actually mesh back, but that is really a personal preference.) For me, the deal breaker is lumbar support. If you have upper back issues, that's a different story. For some chairs that I have tried out and do recommend, check out our back pain page...Tried and true.
FYI, I have not tried the inflatable lumbar supports, such as in the MAY9414AG, however, we have had clients that do love it. (We are getting a sample in this week, so I will be trying it soon.) Check out our editors review on it next week.
Rock on, sit right.
This entry was posted in back pain, chairs, ergonomic accessories, lumbar support and tagged lumbar pain, Mayline, 9414AG, lumbar support, chairs for back pain, ergonomic chairs, office chairs, chairs, lumbar, back pain on September 26, 2008 by Alec. Next Post →