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Ergonomic and Adjustable Office Chairs

Adjustable office chairs provide support for individuals with shoulder, neck, back, and upper and lower extremity impairments. Backrest, armrest, and seat height and pan angles are features that support neutral sitting positions. Because stability is a safety concern for any chair user, the base should have five points, easy to reach controls, and casters that handle a variety of floor surfaces. Several companies offer unique options such as torso and neck support, built-in footrests, and locking casters




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