Yehudit Laine. chairs. September 29th , 2017.
Being a chiropractor in San Diego, I am often asked by my patients "What is the best ergonomic office chair?" You would be amazed by how many cases of neck pain, back pain and headaches could be relieved completely or at least reduced in frequency and intensity simply by reducing the stress that a poorly designed office chair can cause. I always tell my patients that while your weekend warrior exploits will sprain and strain tight muscles, it is the postural stress that you are exposed to during your 40 plus hours per week of sitting in poorly designed chairs that is the real culprit in your ongoing aches and pains.
If you're wondering how the OSIM compares to the Inada, I would have to say that in terms of functions and features there is no difference - not surprising as Inada makes both. What will sway you in either direction is styling. Personally, I do prefer the look of the OSIM. Another consideration is the earphones. With the OSIM you get a pair of headphones which you wear; with the Inada the headphones are built-in to the head rest. Again, which is preferable is a subjective matter. Some don't like to wear headphones during a massage as they can feel somewhat restricted. I prefer headphones as the only sounds I want to hear during a massage is the music I'm listening to; wearing headphones does this better that built-in ones.
Air compression technology is advancing and Panasonic has included a calf air massage in the EP-1273. Target both the calf muscle and the feet. Gentle air pressure will squeeze, hold and release those areas. Get stretched out with the automatic leg rest with this massage chair recliner. Lower body muscles can be extended with the leg rest. The stretching function is built into the auto programs.
Electric wheelchairs are of course powered by batteries. These wheelchairs are bigger, heavier and sturdier because they have to be able to hold the extra mass of the motor and the battery. Electric wheelchairs also vary in their sophistication. Some are simple and use standard batteries and joy stick controllers. Others use microprocessors and robotic circuitry which make possible the wheelchair to lift up itself on to wheels so it can go up stairs. The degree of complexity is reflected in the price of an electric wheelchair. The prices can vary from $2000 all the way up to $30,000.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Charliesplumbing claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.