Thank you for visiting Body Correct Living - your preferred online destination for ergonomic chairs
. You will find only the most stringently selected ergonomic chairs that live up to our quality and functional standards.
We take special pride in helping people live a more comfortable, pain free life--especially those who have felt strain at their desks for years and have used other ergonomic chairs that failed them. As humans, most of us work in offices where we spend the majority of our time seated. Our selection of ergonomic office chairs
and monitor arms may be the best place to start to take the pressure off of your lower back and the kinks out of your neck.
The astronomical increase in low back problems, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other joint-related ailments has made it painfully clear that our physical environment and our tools are not well suited to our bodies. The need for good ergonomics in our working and home lives is no longer a question. Body Correct Living is here to help you protect your health and take care of your body as it deserves. And, our sister site Back Care Basics
provides even more products to assist with your comfort and back pain relief.
Choosing the right ergonomic chair and equipment can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. It is a sad fact that most available ergonomic information is wrong, and potentially harmful if followed. We have all seen the standard diagram with hips, knees, and feet all at right angles to each other. It was never based on science, and is a better recipe for herniated discs than pain free sitting. We recommend reading our Ergonomic Buyer's Guides
to help you get the most out of your ergonomic shopping choices.
We wish you the best of health in your new comfortable, more energetic lifestyle. Let us know how we can help you get started. Call us at (800) 858-8987 or e-mail our friendly Body Correct Living customer care team today!
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*Ergonomics and health information on this site is provided as a public service and is not a substitute for medical advice. Consult your doctor as needed.