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I have been using my Nada Chair since 1987, when I stumbled across it at the Alameda County fair. At that time, I had been suffering from a pinched sciatic nerve which made it excruciatingly painful to sit, lie down, stand, or walk. It was like a white hot poker sticking in my lower back/hip area. But from the moment the Nada Chair was adjusted for me at the fair I knew I had found the answer to my prayers, which doctors and chiropractors had failed to help. I bought it immediately. I found … read more

Deborah Ames

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Nada-Chair's accessories add a range of usefulness to our ergonomic back supports. Try low back exercises and stretches with the Stretch StrapsCushShins prolong sitting periods with our back supports for improving posture. Waist Extenders and Extension Straps provide a fit for larger bodies.
                     (Elastic Waist Extenders for the Back-Up are provided free upon request with any order.) 






 
cushinsCush Shin 
are foam and plastic knee inserts designed to disperse the leaning weight of the body over approximately three times the area of the shin.

Cush-Shin Instructions

 



Stretch Straps
Stretch Straps  allow you to long-sit on a flat surface by extending the loops sufficiently to engage the feet. While they are widely used for relaxing on the ground or reading in bed, Stretch Straps are also recommended by back specialists to help stretch hamstrings and other muscle groups without compromising the low back. 

Stretch Strap Instructions & Stretches

 
Extension Straps

Extension Straps lengthen the leg loops as required by those who are too large to fit the regular Nada-Chair product. How do you know if you will need them? Measure the distance from the tip of one knee around your low back to the tip of your other knee. If the measurement is 80 inches (200 cm) or longer, you will need the extensions. 

Extension Strap Instructions