If you find yourself working from home due to COVID-19, don’t settle for anything less than a productive and comfortable at-home workstation. Working from home presents a number of challenges, but being unproductive doesn’t have to be one of them. Read our blog to learn why Humanscale office chairs provide the best value for the money and reimagine your at-home workspace today!Read More
Monday, 23 March 2020 09:33:03 Europe/London
Monday, 16 March 2020 00:02:21 Europe/London
As anyone who played sports in their youth knows, athletics are a key part of a child’s physical and social development. Sports teach children teamwork, friendship, competition and discipline, which is why it’s no surprise that 96.7% of children aged 11-16 and 84.1% of children aged 5-10 play sports outside of school, according to Physiopedia.Read More
Tuesday, 10 March 2020 07:54:52 Europe/London
No one bends over backwards at the thought of getting old. The natural aging process brings noticeable differences, which tend to include more than just a few gray hairs and an extended waistline. According to Dr. Alexis Tigan from Penn Medicine, most people tend to experience back pain and neck pain in their 40s. Although lower back pain is more common than upper back pain, you may experience both during your middle-age years.Read More
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 08:53:12 Europe/London
If you’ve been searching for the best inversion tables on the market, we aren’t surprised that you stumbled upon Teeter inversion tables. Teeter has revolutionised inversion therapy by bringing high-quality, industry-leading inversion tables straight to consumers’ door. By inverting for just 3-5 minutes a day, you can now relieve built up tension and pressure in your nerves, joints, discs and muscles all from the comfort of your home.Read More
Sunday, 9 February 2020 13:23:38 Europe/London
Read our latest blog to discover the benefits of inversion therapy and see why chronic back pain sufferers put their trust in inversion tables. Contact Back Care Online with any questions and purchase your Teeter inversion table today.Read More
Tuesday, 28 January 2020 17:04:09 Europe/London
Let’s face it. Lower back pain doesn’t discriminate and affects men and women across the UK equally. With back pain being one of the top reasons why people miss work and suffer injuries on the job, it can come as no surprise that 80% of adults state that they’ve experienced back pain at some point in their life.Read More
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 14:43:23 Europe/London
According to AccountancyAge, British employees work 84,365 hours over the course of a lifetime. Knowing that British workers spend an average of 1,795 hours a year at work, it comes as no surprise that ergonomic office furniture is extremely popular amongst business professionals and employers alike.Read More
Wednesday, 1 January 2020 10:23:00 Europe/London
Suffering from back pain and osteoarthritis has sadly become an everyday occurrence for a large portion of the UK population. You may know that orthopedic doctors diagnose and treat anything to do with the musculoskeletal system, including back pain and arthritis, but how much do you really know about what they treat and diagnose on a daily basis?Read More
Tuesday, 17 December 2019 11:18:00 Europe/London
Have you ever wondered if there is an alternative or better way to sit at your desk? Invented by Hans Christian Mengoshel in 1979, the kneeling chair is the perfect alternative office chair specially designed to revolutionise the way you sit at work. Find out how to use a kneeling chair and the top benefits below.
HOW TO USE A KNEELING CHAIR?
Perfect for use at work in the office, the kneeling chair is designed with an angled seat and shin rests that take the pressure off your back and bottom when you sit. The key difference between your usual operator chair and the kneeling chair is that there is no backrest and most of the support lies in the padded shin or knee rests.
IS A KNEELING CHAIR GOOD FOR YOU?
Over time, the kneeling chair should correctly align your spine by tilting your pelvis forward and preventing the usual bad posture habits such as slouching or hunching. This should help combat back pain from poor posture.
Not only does a kneeling chair lessen compression on your core, it also encourages you to engage your core muscles to stay upright. Over time, this should strengthen and tone your muscles.
One of the most notable benefits of the kneeling chair is the improvement of circulation which increases your energy and focus - proving that how you sit really does affect productivity.
While it’s not advised that you use a kneeling chair 24/7, it certainly has some great health benefits with frequent use. It’s recommended that you switch between your traditional ergonomic operator chair and your kneeling chair to ensure that you’re not placing certain parts of your body under prolonged pressure.
KNEELING CHAIR FOR SALE
Our memory foam kneeling chair is ready assembled on a traditional beechwood frame and is fully adjustable to suit both short and tall users. Designed with comfortable memory foam, our posture chairs are manufactured in the UK to the highest quality and are even supplied to leading healthcare providers, including the NHS.
We also provide an optional cut-out cushion to reduce pressure at the base of the spine - ideal for those with a bruised or injured coccyx.
Shop our Memory Foam Kneeling Chair today with a 2-year guarantee that ensures sustained durability, comfort, and performance.
Monday, 16 December 2019 15:32:00 Europe/London
The 28 springs and memory foam inside this Sealy Pocket Springback Pillow offers excellent comfort and support for front and back sleepers. The pillow also comes with a 3 year manufacturer’s warranty so you know this is a pillow you can rely on.Read More