Active Sitting on SpinaliS
The moving seat “forces” you to straighten your back, have a correct head position and pull your shoulders back, reducing stress on the trapezoid muscles and loosening the stiff cervical spine. The constant movement of the seat eliminates any possible blockage, thus relaxing a stiff neck.
The movement of the seat straightens the back in the thoracic kyphosis area, restoring the physiological shape of the spine into its natural position (the natural curve of the spine in the shape of the letter “S”). Eliminating a round back also lessens pressure to organs in the chest, especially the lungs and stomach, which leads to improved breathing and digestion.
Activatesweak muscles of the back and abdomen
The movable seat allows for body movement in all directions, so you are not forced to sit still - SpinaliS chairs encourage the involvement of all torso muscles, which leads to the strengthening of the back and abdominal muscles.
Reinforcesdeep stabilizing muscles
The stabilization of deep spinal muscles is all about strengthening muscles that stabilize the spine during all movements that we make. Deep stabilization plays an important role in protecting our spine against various loads and stress. Taking care of your spine requires constant exercising of deep stabilizing muscles, which in the sitting position is possible only on a Swiss ball or on a healthy SpinaliS chair.
Removespain in the lower back
The movable seat of SpinaliS chairs swings forward while you lean over your desk, thereby allowing the spine to bend forward resuming lumbar lordosis at all times. Lumbar lordosis is important for optimal placement of the lumbar vertebrae as they are wedge-shaped (higher in the front, lower in the back). With the correct hip position there is a substantial reduction of pressure on the vertebrae and intervertebral discs, which allows for effective pain relief. In addition, the movable seat also reduces stress in the lower beck, unlike in the case of chairs with fixed seats, which can make sitting quite painful.
Allowsunique mobility of the pelvis
Sitting on a chair with a fixed seat doesn't allow for any movement of the lower part of your body, which is very limiting. Free movement of the pelvis is very important as that's where lower limbs and upper body mobility begins. The movable seat of SpinaliS chairs allows for movement in all directions, assuring unique mobility of the pelvis and the entire body. In addition, it ensures the correct position of the spine.
Preventsscoliosis of the spine
As confirmed by clinical testing, SpinaliS chairs are considered appropriate means of prevention and treatment of scoliosis of the spine thanks to the following specific characteristics: Unique movable seat perfectly mirrors the movements of the body, the spine is in an ideal position, and the muscles of the back and belly are actively working. In addition, it provides for a unique mobility of the pelvis and a good support for the lower limbs. SpinaliS healthy chairs allow you to sit dynamically while balancing on a movable seat, which perfectly offsets the unilateral civilization back strain. SpinaliS chairs are the only device which, unlike therapeutic balls, can be used all day round and every day.
Reducespressure on intervertebral disc
Intervertebral discs act as shock absorbers placed between the vertebrae - you need to maintain their elasticity to maintain a healthy spine. The pressure on these discs in a horizontal position is approx. 50 lb, in an upright position around 200 lb, and when sitting on an ordinary chair with a fixed seat, it increases to up to 450 lb, while in the case of SpinaliS chairs this pressure is reduced to a half due to constant position changes lowering it significantly.
Intervertebral discs obtain their nutrition thanks to changes in pressure. Sitting on SpinaliS chairs allows for constant load changes to the discs. On the other hand, sitting on a regular or ergonomic office chair with a fixed seat keeping your back rounded up leads to a high burden on the front edge of the disc. The gelatinous nucleus pulposus gradually moves back bending towards the spinal cord, which is referred to as herniated disc or disc herniation.