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Nada Chairs use reverse pressure from your knees to support your back! Truly different type of lumbar support - you will realize better posture and a fully supported lumbar area using your body's own weight. Available in three styles. Read More...
We now offer the three best-selling ergonomic seating solutions by Nada Chair: The New BackRX, the S'Port Backer and the Deluxe Back-Up. Nada Chairs back support and seating system use reverse pressure from your knees to stabilize your pelvis and provide incredible lumbar support. The back support can be used in a combination of sitting positions both in chairs or without a chair. These products are clinically proven to reduce slouching and fatigue while seated. You will expend less energy and lower muscular effort.
Nada-Chair's newest comfort aid to ward against low back pain. Loops made of doubled 3-inch elastic comfortably loop your knees and traverse your lumbar spine keeping you effortlessly upright.
For those of small or medium body build, the S'portBacker provides an optimum balance between comfort and function. The S'portBacker is small enough to fit in any journey bag so it can be used for long flights instead of the pillows provided by the airlines.
Chronic back pain sufferers who cannot find ergonomic chairs that fit but still must sit all day in office chairs are guaranteed welcome pain relief with Nada-Chair's Back-Up model lumbar support. The ergonomic back support can also helpful for women suffering low back pain from pregnancy.
The 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.