Chairs and Seating

All about ergonomic chairs and seating.

Chairs - Adjusting Your Seat Pan star
Modern office chairs are generally fairly good as long as you are not among the 10% smallest or biggest size range in any body demension, and as long as you have no special physical needs. Most chairs have individual adjustments for any chair demension. This article focuses on the seat pan.

Choosing & Adjusting an Ergonomic Chair star
The majority of Americans spend many hours sitting in a chair while working. A good seating system can help alleviate the risk of muscle pain and fatigue. Here are some common adjustments that your office chair should be able to make.

Ergonomic Chairs - Reducing Back Pain star[offsite link]
Article offers 6 guidelines for making an ergonomic chair, ergonomic. It also discusses alternative seating and sitting posture.

Hips, Knees and Legs - Sitting Issues star
In Ergonomics one solution can sometimes work to solve several problems. In the case of sitting issues with the hip, knee and legs, this is particularly true - especially when all three body parts are affected. After all, the leg bone is connected to the knee bone...

The Physioball Chair - Office and Home star
Having a ball at work...That's how using the Physioball as a chair has been described. It does have benefits, but there are also some concerns.

Ups and Downs of Chair Arms star
Almost all chairs come with arms as a standard feature. Are they necessary? Is it ergonomic to use the arms? Of course the answer is "it depends..."

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