Assistant Chair ADAA Special

Assistant chair


The Assistant Chair (usa design patented) is a chair designed to be used in both sitting and standing positions. The shape of the seat is wider in the back and smaller at the front part of the chair. This makes it easier to sit higher and (to stand) allows for almost full leg extension. The small lumbar support allows for optimal freedom of movement, while activating stretching of the spine. The Assistant Chair is available with an ErgoSolex® seat and a CorrectSit® seat. Both these seats are designed to give leg support, they enable you to sit in an active working position and prevent any cut-offs of circulation(blood).



 The Assistant Chair is designed to prevent and reduce lower back and neck complaints. The small size of the lumbar support allows for maximum freedom of movement. It fits snuggly into the lumbar curvature where support is most needed, it helps to maintain natural upright posture in working positions. The triangular shaped seat makes it easier to stretch your spine and so it requires less energy to maintain a good work position. The seat provides an anatomical platform for the pelvis, supporting a natural and relaxed curvature of the spine and reducing fatigue while prolonged seating.

Assistant Arm


The Assistant arm is adjustable horizontally and vertically for maximum support. Very easy to use. The foot ring can be adjusted to any height and will give extra support for your legs.


Made in the U.S.A                

Our Assistant Chair and all of our other chairs are manufactered and upholstered in the U.S.A 



Show Special                        

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 “As an ergonomics specialist, here's my two cents on a product I absolutely love. BQE has different designs with different price points, however, the beauty of the chair, unlike ANY in the industry, is that there is a "dynamic" backrest that moves with your spine.  That means when the clinician is actively working, they are in a slightly forward pitched (tipped) position, and when the clinician is in a passive state, the back rest fully supports the lumbar region--the most vulnerable part of the spine.  It's truly revolutionary and exceeds the criteria of my critical body of knowledge regarding posture.”

Juli Kagan, RDH, M.Ed.
Author, Speaker, Educator

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BQ Ergonomics LLC

11888 West 91st Street

Overland park, KS 66214

Office: 877.938.9034

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