Whether you’re a soccer mom who’s on her feet all day or a travelling businessman constantly on the road, slouching can do harm to your flexibility, posture and general mobility. Maybe you’re the adventurous type who loves the great outdoors or a senior in need of comfortable seating options. At Airopedic™, we can provide ergonomic chairs in Canada and the U.S., offering a variety of ergonomic and portable chair solutions you need.
You spend so much time at work that it is important to have proper seating arrangement in place so that your productivity is not compromised. Buy quality ergonomic office chairs in Toronto from Airopedic at great prices and improve your work and health!
If you are running an organization and want to increase the efficiency of your employees, provide them with a comfortable seating arrangement. Ergonomic chairs will help in reducing back pain, neck pain and eases out any kind of illness in the body, allowing you to work with ease.
Using ergonomic chairs is beneficial in many ways: they conform to the specific shape of the worker and it extends proper support for the spine and helps to keeps a proper posture. We have a wide range of office chairs, seat accessories, adjustable armrests and more. Place your order today!
Our products include:
Selling mainly office chairs and our patented self-inflating portable seat all over North America, both of our chairs (two patents) and our portable seat (utilizing one of the patents used in our office chair seat) are patented technologies sold throughout North America and worldwide.
Helps in the Long Run
You may ignore the initial back and body pains while at work. However, if it continues for many days, the seating arrangement can impact a lot on your body in the long run. Help yourself with proper ergonomic office chairs in Toronto.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Ergonomics of the Office and Workplace: An Overview
Watch Your Back Video - Tips for Good Back Health in Office Chairs
Myths about Neck Pain and the Spine
Chiropractic, Ergonomics and OSHA's Proposed Standards for WMSD (Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders)