CHARLOTTE – Australian chiropractor David France introduced the Workhorse Saddle Chair, a chair with a contoured saddle shape that creates the perfect angle between the legs and back to reduce back pain caused by sitting for long periods.
As digital culture gets more popular, more and more people are spending their day hunched over a desk, typing away at a computer. They are so focused on their work that they don’t take note of their posture and how it may be affecting them. Many end up having to have endoscopic spine surgery to rectify the damage it has caused, which can so easily be avoided by taking better care of yourself day to day.
This is the reason a lot more people are going to their doctors or chiropractors and reporting symptoms of back pain. Luckily, most damage done to the back is reversible as long as sufferers take up good habits like getting up and walking away from their desk at least once an hour, getting a firm mattress for back pain, investing in an orthopedic office chair, and keeping up healthy back exercises.
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David France decided he had seen enough people suffering from back pain and wanted to do something about it and therefore he decided to create a product that he thought could get rid of people’s pain.
France launched the chair on Kickstarter on Nov. 13, raising more than $125,000.
He discovered while riding race horses the positive physical effects of spending time in a saddle. After years of trial and error, he realized the best way to position the spine while sitting was to mimic the positioning of riding a horse.
“Now that we’ve raised well beyond our funding goal, we’re ready to begin production and distribution,” France said.
Visit pr.go2.fund/workhorse for details.