Ergonomic office chairs offer lower back support, encourages good posture, and helps to diminish back pain. These chairs allow a person to sit longer, more comfortably, and work more efficiently. Look for chairs with specifics, such as, seat height, seat width, arm rests, lumbar support, and a back rest. The seat height on the chair will be fully and easily adjustable. This allows the user to adjust the chair to the proper height at desk level. The person will be able to sit comfortably at their desk with their feet flat on the floor, back straight, and arms equal to the desk height. Seat width will be wide enough for the person to sit on it without any discomfort. Arm rests are important because it allows the user to comfortable rest their arms, taking stress of their shoulders and back. The forearms will stay off of the rest to allow the user to type or do paperwork. The lumbar support will give the lower back with plenty of support. The lumbar support will be adjustable to fit to any user. The back rest will be wide enough to accommodate the users back comfortably. It will support the spine in its natural place. These chairs can have the back and seat separate from each other, or they will be connected. In either case, the seat back will be adjustable to accommodate the user to get the proper support. There's usually a locking device on the chair, so once a proper fit has been found, it will not self-adjust.
The chairs come in a variety of colors, styles, and materials. The desired chair would be heavily padded, so the user has a comfortable cushion seat and back. Another desired would be the swivel feature. This allows movement without strain. Some kinds of ergonomic chairs are posture kneeling chairs, massage chairs, computer chairs, and executive chairs.