Your office chair should support the back and maintain correct posture, allowing for different movement types and repetitions. Our Ergonomic Office Chairs are designed for bad backs. Examine your workplace surroundings, considering elements such as work surfaces, lighting, noise levels, humidity and the room temperature.
- The back rest of your ergonomic office chair should allow the spinal column to follow the natural ‘S’ shape. Height adjustability and lumbar supports will help you fit the desk chair to you.
- Seat tilt and slide can be adjusted to improve your comfort. Seat depth should allow the user to use the back support without the front of the seat pad pressing against the back of the lower legs.
- Seat height should be just below the knee cap when standing. Allow for your feet to be firmly on the floor when seated.
- Arm rests can provide support for the upper body and therefore reduce the stress on the users shoulders and back. However, they should not restrict free movement.
We've put together a selection of our best Ergonomic Office Chairs in stock in the UK below, alternatively you can find out more about ergonomics in our full guide to buying an office chair.