Why sitting is bad for you - the problem, and the solution
Why you should sit in a Bambach Saddle Seat
Adjusting and using a Bambach Saddle Seat
Tips for using your Bambach Saddle Seat
"I noticed the changes immediately in many of our staff as soon as they started using the Saddle Seat"
"The Bambach Saddle Seat has helped considerably, and now I find I can work for longer periods in comfort and my back problems have diminished"
"I had previously suffered with cervical spine problems which meant that I had difficulty using the standard seats that were provided in the department"
"I have found that when I am not able to use a Bambach for whatever reason I suffer more"
"Previous to trying the Bambach, I had been suffering with both knee and back pain and had also needed bilateral ulnar nerve surgery which meant that I was also getting elbow problems in work"
"My job involves taking mammograms in mobile units... All these activities involve repetitive bending positions for long periods of time."
Gemma works with patients maintaining their hearing aid equipment. She spends a lot of time at the computer and bending over to remove hearing aids from patients. She has 2 prolapsed discs and had 3 months off work last year and needed to prevent repetition of this.
“I have been using my Bambach for approximately 2 years. Since using my Bambach my back has been fine and I have not needed to take any time off work. "
"Using the Bambach I am able to sit comfortably and naturally and able to carry on with my work without thinking about my posture. If I ever have to use the conventional seats I find that by the end of the day my lower back is very sore."
“My current position involves performing a range of microbiological and molecular techniques and associated computing tasks. All of these may require me to sit at one workstation for prolonged periods of time."