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Great Site for Ergonomic Chiropractic Seating and Accessories

Posted on August 9th, 2011 by Dr. James


Sitbetter.com


I just recently posted this over at the ChiropracticPR.com blog, and thought I’d share it here as well.  Recently while shopping for new computer chairs for at home and the offices, I stumbled across a site called Sitbetter.com.

It’s a cool site with a growing catalog of more than a thousand products that meet pretty much any budget. The site offers a ton of cool ergonomic seating choices and some awesome ergon0mic workstation accessories I didn’t even know existed!

There are plenty of choices and the site has a huge variety of chairs to pick from including affordable task chairs, ergonomic chairs, and top notch executive style office chairs.   Seating isn’t the only thing this site specializes in. Browse their awesome “Ergonomics accessories” section for foot machine foot rests, ergonomic desks and workstations, and a lot more! I also love the fact that they even have a special section devoted to lumbar back supports and chairs specialized for customers with back pain.

This is not your average office chair retail outlet. The site is so devoted to posture and proper ergonomics they also provide expert ergonomic advice and can provide recommendations for seating and client workspace.  That would explain why they have so many high profile customers. According to their site they serve many well known clients such as: Digg.com, Macy’s, The F.B.I., Proctor & Gamble, AT&T, Walmart Vision Centers,  Dunkin’ Donuts and many others!

Unfortunately we spend more time sitting than we ever have. We need to ensure we are sitting with proper posture and ergonomics in mind. Sitbetter.com has a ton of products to help us accomplish just that. I thought I’d pass my find along since I believe the site can benefit both your practice and your Chiropractic patients.  If a patient  needs a new computer or desk chair this is a great site for them to check out.

Here’s something else I’d like you to consider. What types of chairs are your Chiropractic office staff and other employees sitting on? As Doctors of Chiropractic we should be leading by example.  We should provide our employees and patients with top of the line ergonomic seating.   Is it time for you to update to better seating and accessories for the valuable members of your Chiropractic team? This site is the ideal place to meet your ergonomic seating and workstation needs!

I know you have limited time to browse through tons of product selections so I provided an example of  a few products that caught my interest and that I’d recommend you check out:

  • The Original Evolution Exercise Ball Chair
    STO-Ball-Chair
  • FM500 Humanscale – Rocking Foot Machine
  • Allseating TheraPod Therapist – High Back Ergonomic Office Chair: ALL-501
  • Allseating Chiroform™ Ultra 24:7 – High Back Task Chair: ALL-97111-T2
  • 345 Kore Stool – Ergonomic Rocking Stool
  • 571 Allseating CPOD™ – Mesh Back Ergonomic Office Chair
  • WallTrax1 Anatome – Wall Trax Computer Mounting System
  • SMUSB Humanscale – Switch Mouse SMUSB Ergonomic Mouse

What’s Hot:

  • Huge catalog of products
  • “Back Support” section
  • Ergonomic Chairs
  • Special “Back Pain Relief” section on their site
  • Their Ergonomic Accessories Section
  • Large selection of Lumbar back supports
  • Eco-friendly chair selections
  • Chair and Ergonomics 101 sections  for the layman
  • Volume discounts on orders of 5 chairs or more
  • “Open box” specials
  • Fast shipping
  • The very cool twitter “follow us” badge on their homepage (A blue Twitter bird sitting on a chair).
  • What’s Not:

  • Huge catalog with over a thousand products – So many selections could confuse the average consumer.
  • Some of their high end chairs and products are a bit expensive, but there is generally something for any budget so it’s not too much of a drawback.

  • Chairs for Back Pain at Sitbetter

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