We hear your desperation. You’ve turned to the internet because back and shoulder pain is just the worst. It always reminds you it’s there, and it’s ALWAYS there.
Well, the designers of these chairs also get you. They’ve designed chairs that are sculpted in a way to minimize back and shoulder pain because that’s a very common problem to have. So, adequate lumbar, upper back lower back support can be found here, as well as top quality materials chosen with longevity in mind. Be sure to check it out, is what your back is telling you.
As a chiropractor who’s been asked this question literally hundreds of times, I have taken it upon myself to research heavily into this question and to test many of the claims out there. The best office chair for back and shoulder pain is the Serta Smart Layers Executive Office Chair. It is specially designed to have more layers of support where needed and also has micro dense layers to provide extra support to areas of the spine that are most often fatigued in desk workers.
Yes, it is a little bit on the pricier side but so worth it. My manager had a terrible back and this chair helped him so much.
It’s extremely comfortable, supportive, and easy to be mobile in. It’s also super durable – he’s had it for years! Very worth the cost, especially if you have back pain.
Being an office fit-out company, we’ve been sure to conduct a lot of research before we recommend products to our clients. With this in mind, we’ve found that the Berlman Ergonomic is an ideal chair to mitigate back and shoulder pain.
This is due to the day that it’s shaped, the lumbar support is ideal because it slopes just enough to stay comfortable and support the natural curvature of the back. By promoting this curvature, your body should naturally pull the shoulders back and create the optimal position. Pulling your body into the right shape over time should reduce your back and shoulder pain and provide a comfortable seating position.
This chair gives the user complete customization to adjust the seat depth, arm rest height and angle, and most of all, the position of the lumbar support. Not all bodies are the same shape or size, and this chair allows for maximum support where you need it.