Is there a "perfect" or "truly ergonomic" chair that works for everyone?
Ergonomics is about making the equipment and environments fit the needs and capabilities of the user. Therefore, what might work for one person might not be suitable for another due to differences in body size, shape, preferences, and any existing musculoskeletal issues. However, there are chairs designed with ergonomic principles in mind, aiming to provide better support and minimize the risk of developing discomfort or injuries from prolonged sitting.
To ensure that you're recommending the best ergonomic chair for your clients, you need to take into account your client’s needs, preferences, and the available options. In this episode, I’m going to share key factors to consider to help you make well-informed recommendations.
→ [04:34] - What makes a chair truly ergonomic?
→ [08:01] - Ergonomics is all about the FIT between the equipment and the user. Learn what factors you should consider when recommending a chair for your client.
→ [12:57] - How to find a chair that works for everyone.
→ [14:13] - One simple tip that'll help you find the right products for your clients.
Be sure to listen to the full episode for more insights on how to go about recommending chairs. Click here.
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