How to operate

How to adjust your Therapod Adjustable Support System


Therapod is a fully adjustable dynamic orthopaedic back support system engineered for the human spine.  The Therapod adjustable posture support system is built into a range of Therapod ergonomic office seating and Therapod supports.  

Therapod Adjustable Back Support System


Therapod is a fully adjustable dynamic orthopaedic back support system engineered for the human spine.   The Therapod adjustable posture support system is built into a range of Therapod ergonomic office seating and supports.

How to adjust Arm Height


Armrests on a chair play an important role  and provide countless benefits to the user while sitting and working.  Some of these include reducing neck and shoulder strain along with improving posture and discouraging slouching forward in your chair.

Adjusting the armrests to the correct height so that the arms are supported removes the weight from the shoulder area and encourages a relaxed working posture.

Cpod Chair Instruction Sheet


The Cpod Chair is an ergonomic office chair which fuses function, harmony and aesthetics into its design to create wellbeing through movement when sitting.  The Cpod chair has a true three dimensional dynamic and adjustable movement system.

Cpod Chair - How to adjust the back


Adjusting the back support on the Cpod Chair - the only scientifically built ergonomic office chair for backs. The Cpod Chair is built with an adjustable back support system and dynamic movement to prevent and relieve back pain. The Cpod Chair is an award winning design and mesh construction.

How to Operate your Cpod Chair


The Cpod chair has a true three dimensional dynamic and adjustable movement system.   Watch this video to see how the back support, headrest and dynamic movement function on the Cpod Chair - the only scientifically built ergonomic office chair for backs designed to prevent and relieve back pain.    The Cpod Chair Sensor fuses function, harmony and aesthetics into its design to create wellbeing through movement when sitting.

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