We sit at our desks for many hours a day! When your chair isn’t properly supporting your posture, you’re doing your body a great disservice! If you want to ensure the health of your joints and your spine, having an ergonomic chair is the best place to start! This is why Selbies stock Therapod office chairs, the only ergonomic chair to be priced without GST, due to their proven ability to make a significant difference to your sitting comfort and back health.
It can also help with associated Sciatic* and lower limb radiculopathy**.
Therapod ergonomic chairs have a unique posture support system which consists of a series of adjustable straps that maintain full back support. Repositioning the straps is as easy as pulling out the strap and pulling the strap across the back of the chair to the left. These adjustable straps relieve lumbar disc pressure and reduces muscle activity in the back. This system is highly dynamic, allowing the chair to cradle the users back and provide total support regardless of the users seated position.
The Therapod ergonomic chairs come in a range of standard and custom designs, these include the 24/7 Heavy Duty, Element, Classic, Contemporary and High Classic. Therapod ergonomic chairs are different from any other office chair on the market, because of the way each chair can be tailored to fit each individual.
You can also choose from a range of different colours, helping you match your new Therapod ergonomic chair to your current office décor. For ultimate personalisation, ask us about our eXo Touch model, where you can also choose from 6 Optional House Colours, Stitch Detailing & Castors.
If you would like more information on how to choose the best Therapod ergonomic chair for your needs, contact our Gold Coast store . Our knowledgeable staff are happy to help!
* Sciatic meaning – pain along the course of a sciatic nerve especially in the back of the thigh; broadly: pain in the lower back, buttocks, hips, or adjacent parts and lower limb.
**Radiculopathy meaning – Irritation of or injury to a nerve root (as from being compressed) that typically causes pain, numbness, or weakness in the part of the body which is supplied with nerves from that root.