AMISH OFFICE FURNITURE OFFERS ERGONOMIC BENEFITS----The following is a write-up from Today's Chiropractic, the world's most widely read chiropractic publication.
For the estimated 66 million Americans who suffer from chronic back pain, anything that reduces the agony without drugs or surgery comes as welcome news. Until now, those with desk jobs have had little choice but to end long days at the office with aching backs.
According to a study by the Spine Resource Clinic at the University of Washington in Seattle, sitting puts 40 to 80 percent more stress on the back than standing does. A new option from Ohio’s Amish country brings back a productivity tool from American colonial times.
According to leading authorities on ergonomics and pack pain, most people can work better and longer in a standing position. It helps them think to be able to shift their hips or move from side to side. Someone who often gets ideas when they pace would be an especially good candidate for a stand-up desk. And it’s good for people who have different places in their office to work so that they can sit or stand. With a stand-up desk, you can do either.
All standing desks from the Amish Country Furniture Sales are hand-crafted to order, with not only the desk height customized but also the width (up to 5 feet wide), style, type of wood (oak, cherry, mahogany), stain, and other various options. The company offers computer desks, writing desks, drafting desks, and others, with prices starting at $895.
“Fans of stand-up desks include CEOs, computer programmers, attorneys, bankers, writers; sever famous authors, like Virginia Woolf and Ernest Hemingway, used stand-up desks,” adds Gattuso.
A Better Back...from Amish Country
The following is a write-up from Trial Magazine, a publication produced and distributed by ATLA, Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Hours spent poring over briefs and depositions can often take a toll on your back. Try a standing desk from Amish Country Furniture Sales to ease the pain.
According to a study by the Spine Resource Clinic at the University of Washington, sitting puts 40 percent to 80 percent more stress on the back than standing. A stand-up desk allows you to relieve that stress and keep the blood circulating.
All desks are handcrafted to order, are up to 5 feet wide, and are tailored to the customer’s height. You can select the type of wood and the stain. Computer desks, writing desks, drafting desks, and other styles are available. Prices start at $895.
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