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Looking for a chair

LateralLucidityLLateralLucidity Posts: 2
edited 08/21/2014 - 9:29 AM in Exercise and Rehab
I am looking for a chair for home to do my homework, ect in while on the computer. Any suggestions? I have had an l4-l5 fusion and a l5-s1 fusion. sadly the fusion is broken after 2 years and it seems back to surgery...

no idea where to start looking for a chair to support the lower lumbar region and if it had heat ect would be good too...




  • I just bought a balance ball chair and that gives me the most relief from pressure. There are many different types out there, but I made sure to buy the one with wheels and a back support that sits right at your lumbar region. This chair does not have heat, however. If that is very important to you, maybe someone has another idea regarding chairs. I can send you a pic if you need. Just pm me.

    Bilateral pars defect L5
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