When set in “free motion,” the back and seat follow one’s movement. The stool adjusts to accommodate a large range of height and sizes, and available shoulder supports relieve arm weight from the back, neck, and shoulder muscles.
Is Your Stool Hurting You?
When a clinician consistently uses seating that is not ergonomically designed, he or she is at risk for occupational chronic pain and injury. A stool can encourage a dentist to repeatedly bend and slump forward, pushing the spine out of its natural curvature. SurgiTel, a company that manufacturers loupes and lights, also understands why it’s so important for dental professionals to use supportive seating. That’s why they have partnered with RGP Dental, an expert on ergonomic stools and chairs....Read More
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