- Chairs Don't Work
Slouching is a universal back problem that can lead to permanent and painful deformations of the spine. Not only do chairs NOT solve this problem, most often they make it worse! Why? Chairs are passive mechanisms that cannot provide adequate support at the low back where it is essential for healthy, comfortable and upright posture. So-called "ergonomic" chairs promise lumbar support, but they can't deliver. Serving only as props for slouched spines, these chairs make back problems worse. Why else do so many complain of low back pain and associated neck and shoulder stress caused by slouching? Bottomline: chairs don't work.
- Wear Your Chair
Nada-Chair is the chair that you wear. This slouch-busting sling
lets you sit comfortably for hours with effortless good posture.
When you sit forward, the back support follows. Since
the Nada-Chair follows your body with every move, you constantly
enjoy firm, adjustable and dynamic support hugging your low back.
"The Nada-Chair acts like an
extra muscle that never tires," explains
Arthur White, MD.
By using the knees to stabilize the pelvis, muscles are relieved
of their isometric tasks. The pelvis becomes a stable pedestal
on which the spine can effortlessly rest with natural curves restored.
How It Works