Mkoll said in another thread... wrote:I've got all sorts of old injuries that cause pain so I often sit in a chair. I usually get back pain sitting in a regular chair after about 45 minutes. I use this thing called a tilt-seat which is basically a backless chair with the seat inclined forward. It puts the hips above the knees and helps the sacrum tilt forward. It's kind of like a meditation cushion, only a chair. It's ridiculously overpriced but you only need one. I imagine it wouldn't be too hard for a skilled woodworker to make if that's your thing.
But if you have no problems with pain sitting in a regular chair, stick with that. As culaavuso said, it's ultimately the mind that's doing the work.
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