Keep Your Spine Healthy

Frequent exercise, relaxation, and a healthy lifestyle will help you to maintain a healthy spine.

Get to Know the Spine

Each component has its role to play; their joint action allows movement. Generic description of the spine: Intervertebral discs in a healthy spine intercept and mitigate shocks and vibrations; the vertebrae provide adequate support for the back.

The joints in the spine allow vertebrae to slide against each other. Facet joints let you twist and turn, and they provide flexibility and stability while at the same time making sure that there is no dislocation with the ligaments.

Nerves, specifically the nervous system, warn about overload or other malfunctions while muscles allow movement.

The spine supports and carries the upper body, being continually strained. The load on the spine is measured by the pressure in the intervertebral discs created by body weight, posture, and external weight (lifting).

Each part of the spine comprises even smaller pieces that make the spine flexible though firm.

Pressure on the spine

The least pressure on the spine is in the laying position.

In a standing position, the ligaments and the muscles take over some of the load on intervertebral discs. During sitting, muscles and ligaments relax, which increases the strain and the pressure on the intervertebral discs. Bad posture increases the strain even more. Because we are sitting for an extended time, our muscles and ligaments are becoming looser and looser. Thus, the load on other parts of the spine, which take over a burden of inactive components, increases, leading to injuries. Increased pressure on the intervertebral discs is even beneficial for a shorter time. Like muscle exercise – it strengthens intervertebral discs and maintains them healthy.

Frequent exercise, relaxation, and a healthy lifestyle will help you to maintain a healthy spine.

Why do injuries occur?

Injuries occur mostly because of back overload and insufficient exercise. In both instances, the spine starts to lose its flexibility, and mobility becomes limited.

Excessive and constant strain on intervertebral discs causes the spill of the fluid they contain. By gradual dehydration of intervertebral discs, the distance between the discs is getting shorter. It causes friction with a common consequence of a pinched nerve or even the damage of intervertebral discs.

SpinaliS chairs' solution is active sitting, which by constant movement, strengthens muscles, keeps the ligaments flexible, and prevents the strain on specific spine parts.

The solution for long-lasting sitting

SpinaliS is the only chair that offers you the comfort of a modern office chair. Simultaneously, it mimics active sitting on a therapeutic ball – the latter is what therapists recommend as the best tool for healthy sitting.


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We want you to choose the most suitable chair for your needs. Completely free of charge, we will bring the chair to your home, where you will be testing it for one week. For an optimal experience of active sitting in your home, talk to our specialists about the advantages and essential characteristics of SpinaliS chairs.

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