Integral Lumbar Support
Regulates the height of lumbar support independent of the seat back. Easily adjusts to enhance comfort (2 1/2" adjustment range).
- The lower (lumbar) region of the spine should generally have an inward cure (lordosis). This curve is minimized when seated, placing extra stress on the lower vertebrae.
- A properly positioned lumbar support delivers external pressure to the lower back, helping the spine retain some of its natural curve when seated, and alleviating stress to the vertebrae.
How To Use
- To raise the lumbar support, lift up on the two levers on the back of the chair. The lumbar support will "ratchet" through its range of motion. Adjust height as recommended.
- To lower the lumbar support, raise to the full height and the support will release and can then be lowered to the desired position.
- Position the lumbar support so that the forward most point on the support is placing gentle pressure on the lower 5 vertebrae on the spine.