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Lumbar Supports - Ergonomic Back Supports

We have an extensive collection of ergonomic back supports that will make sitting in a chair all day a far more comfortable experience.

All of our back supports have been designed to be lightweight and portable so you can take it to work, school, home, or any other place where you require some additional support.

Lumbar Supports & Back Support

The correct back and lumbar support can significantly improve your posture and can also help to alleviate lower back pain - a common office injury. The ergonomic pillows can be easily fitted to any office chairs to provide comfort throughout the day and prevent injuries.

If you want to try before you buy, feel free to come and test some ergonomic back supports and ergonomic support products at our Perth showroom. You can also speak to one of our experts to help you with your decision and compare our supports to find the most suitable product. Otherwise, shop online and enjoy the convenience of delivery to anywhere in Australia. For more info, contact our friendly team today!

FAQ

What are some different types of back support?

There are many different ergonomic back supports that you can choose from; including cushions, memory foam, lumbar rolls, peanut cushions, and back support inserts. While all of these supports are great to use with office chairs, some have more benefits than others. The Body Hugger Cushion is a fantastic all-round back cushion, at an affordable price.

This is a great support if you aren’t feeling 100% comfortable in your current chair. The support pillow simply attaches to the back of your chair with an elastic strap and provides you with extra comfort throughout your day. Whereas, the Kensington Contour SmartFit Back Support can be fully customised to be used with almost any office chair. This support lets you measure and adjust the device to suit your exact height requirements.

Where should I put my lumbar support?

It’s important that you place your lumbar device in the correct position so you can maximise the benefits of your back support. When placing your lumbar support, you should try to fit the device so it fits with the natural “S” curve of your spine - this is usually just above the belt line.

Back support pillows are most effective when it’s resting in the lower groove of your back, as this helps to alleviate the pressure placed on the discs in your back.

How can I reduce lower back pain?

It’s reported that 80% of adults will experience lower back pain at some point in their life. Back injuries are very common in the workplace because people spend large amounts of the day sitting down, and putting pressure on their spine.

The best way to reduce lower back pain and back injuries is to use a back support that supports the hollow areas of your spine when sitting down. Lumbar rolls are a great support that adds some extra comfort to the hollow area of your spine - otherwise referred to as “lordosis".

Is too much lumbar support bad?

Incorrect use of lumbar supports can also have a damaging effect on the human body, so it’s important to place your support in a position that is right for your unique body type. You don’t want to place the support too high, which will cause you to place more pressure on your discs and other joints. The correct lumbar support should be curved inwards and offer support directly below the spine.

How many hours a day should I wear a back brace?

A back brace is another great ergonomic support that can greatly improve your posture. The Posture Medic Posture Support can be used by anyone who struggles with posture in the workplace. The device is made from rubber and can be placed under your clothes. It’s suggested to start wearing the posture support for 15 - 30 minutes per day and gradually increase the duration until you’re happy with your posture.

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