This dual use, adjustable lumbar support helps you to maintain a correct sitting position by preventing slumping of the lower back as well as being the perfect tool for helping you exercise and stretch out to release tension in the lower back and neck areas.
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Research has found that we now spend on average 13 hours a day sitting, whether that be at our desks, in our cars or on the couch. The problem with sitting for long periods of time is that you naturally begin to slump in your chair, pushing out the natural curve in your lower back and putting strain on the back muscles. Adopting a correct sitting posture is the simplest solution to reducing these postural stresses and strains. The key is to prevent your lower back from slumping or sagging outwards and this is where the Backboard can help. The Backboard simply slides into the back of your chair, supporting the natural inward curve. As it pushes your pelvis forward, this helps to put the correct curvature in your spine, encouraging you to sit upright in the correct position and improve your seated posture. There are a wide variety of lumbar supports on the market today, in all shapes and sizes. This is because everyone has different requirements depending on the shape of their lumbar curve. This is what makes the Backboard so unique. It can be bent into any position and can be specifically tailored to fit the curvature of your back. By applying light pressure, the Backboard can be bent over the knee to the desired curvature. It's then positioned in the small of your back to provide support to the natural curve of the spine. The Backboard has been developed in conjunction with Harley Street specialists, the London Spine Clinic, a center of excellence for all spinal care. They recommend using the Backboard whenever you are seated to minimize the load on your back and stop prolonged stresses from sitting in a slumped position.