The Mod Office offers a variety of ergonomic office chairs that feature the ultimate in adjustable seats that raise and lower, tilt and slide, and adjustable backs for just the right lumbar support. We also carry the latest in sit-stand desks and work surfaces that adjust from seat height to standing height.
We have featured a few from our ergonomic furniture line below, which can be used in conjunction with your existing office furniture. These ergonomic furniture designs have proven to help alleviate back and leg strain, neck pain, even eye fatigue, and promote better posture and circulation. These products will surely get you up and off your office chair encouraging healthier working positions while accomplishing daily tasks.
Ergonomic Office Chairs:
Designed with an (anti-burst) exercise ball that is covered in mesh so your seating experience will keep you energized throughout your work day. The energizing ball chair supports better posture and balance by providing movement that not only helps you sit comfortably, but may also help you better concentrate. This active engagement can potentially help strengthen core muscles.
The kneeling chair’s frame is height adjustable and has dual wheel caters for ease of movement around the work area. The engineered design of the angled seat and knee rests assists with better posture and circulation, keeping the spine in alignment which helps reduces lower back strain.
Sit-Stand Work Surfaces:
Break away from the traditional realm of thought that have conditioned us into thinking you must sit down to do paper work. Take a stand and improve your health! The ergonomic sit-stand desks are designed to work the way you feel the most comfortable, sitting OR standing.
The adjustable work stand uses an innovative counter-balance mechanism to enable immediate and effortless, single-handed height adjustment. It allows you to make the transition from seated to standing position heights so that you can work sitting or standing with ease.
The traditional seated position puts a great amount of “static” load on your upper body, resulting in as much as 40 lbs. of pressure on your back. Ouch! By raising your work surface to the standing position eases pressure on the intervertebral discs in your spine. Simply alternating from a seated to standing position during the course of your work day, will significantly reduce pain and discomfort that is a direct result from working in a fixed seated position.
So start the New Year off right, check out our ergonomic office furniture and take a stand towards a healthier you!