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CH Saddle Amaze Nar Bal
Around 30% of Oral Healthcare professionals are forced to retire early each year due to neck and back pain. The Amaze Balance Dental Saddle is the best Dental Saddle to prevent back pain among Dentists, Dental Hygienists, and Dental Nurses.
This innovative saddle encourages dynamic sitting which is very important in maintaining a healthy spine and reducing back pain. The comfortable saddle shape allows Dental professionals to work safely without slouching or leaning over too much. An original narrow saddle design means you can sit closer to patients in an active posture for long periods. The optional foot-operated height adjustment of the Dental Saddle allows you to work away without the need to pause to adjust your position.
This saddle incorporates an adjustable balance mechanism which encourages subtle pelvic micro-movements in response to how you move. These movements help to reduce intervertebral disc pressure and promote the activation of your core muscles which in turn improve posture and help eliminate lower back pain. Traditional Dental Stools may lack this unique balanced saddle design.
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Balance Dental saddle stools
A ‘seated stance’ or ‘standing sit’. In other words: sitting actively and relaxed in the ergonomically favourable posture. That is the philosophy behind the innovative Balance Dental saddle stools. Today, it is the seating solution of choice for more than 35,000 dental professionals worldwide. The Balance Dental saddle stool has three major advantages:
1 The natural upright sitting posture prevents back and neck injuries.
Traditional dental stools facilitate only a limited hip angle. This makes it very tiring to keep your spine, neck and head in a favourable vertical alignment. Staying seated upright then simply takes too much muscle strength. The result is that after a while you will automatically slouch and even start working in a bent over position.
Balance Dental saddle stools prevent this. The unique shape of the saddle, and the elevated sitting height open up the hip angle (up to 140 degrees) when your pelvis is tilted forward, automatically placing your spine, neck and head in a healthy vertical alignment (‘neutral posture’; see below). You maintain a healthy standing-like posture, while also enjoying the beneficial stability and comfort of traditional sitting.
Work surface height: 80-100 cm
Height adjustment: 59 - 77 cm
Seat appr. 34 x 30 cm (W x D)
Covering: Easy clean Stamskin vinyl
Warranty: 5 years
360º Revolving Seat
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