Stools Supplies for Practitioners
The majority of doctors, nurse practitioners, and medical professionals use rolling stools in their examination rooms. A small stool on wheels enables a practitioner to move about the exam room—between a desk and the patient’s examination table, for example—without repeatedly standing up and sitting down again.
Because of the utility and versatility of this type of furniture, stools supplies are important purchases for anyone setting up a clinical arrangement.
The stools products that are available for purchase include the following feature sets:
• Adjustable pneumatic stools can be raised or lowered with the simple lever beneath the seat. A seated individual can adjust the position without moving from the seat. The chairs themselves can range in height from a low of nineteen inches (forty-eight centimeters to a full extension of twenty four inches (sixty-one centimeters).
• The available seat configurations include an ergonomically beneficial saddle seat, offered with or without a supportive back.
• Each stool is designed with the ability to swivel in a continuous circle, providing the seated individual with maneuverability in any location within the room.
• Additionally, the stools are mounted on heavy duty swiveling casters that facilitate the swift and smooth rolling movement of the entire seat around the room.
What Buyers Like About the Product
Physicians, nurses, and other practitioners enjoy these features of their purchased stools:
• Easily adjustable height makes any of these stools versatile in its uses, and adaptable to the set-up of any room, or even multiple practitioners with different builds. Whether a practitioner is jotting down case notes on a patient or scooting up to the exam table to perform any type of seated examination, the stool fits itself to the purpose.
• Clinicians do not always consider how much time they spend sitting on stools while working with patients, so ergonomic design and adjustable height are important to maintain the musculoskeletal health of a physician or therapist.
• Some of the furniture options are available in multiple colors, including black, mauve, maroon, beige, cream, and yellow, so you can select a color to complement your office décor. Rather than a cheerless and sterile looking office environment, you can create a cheery and comforting space for your patients to work on their health and recovery.
What Buyers Don’t Like About the Product
Some people prefer a seat with a back to lean against, but in truth, there is little opportunity to indulge in such a pose in the middle of a busy day of patient examinations. Sitting on a backless stool can actually promote better posture and fewer work-related aches of the back, legs, or neck. However, for those who feel strongly about back support, there are models with seatback options as well.
Select your optimal stools supplies from this varied selection of medical office furniture. Stools are not only less expensive than full office chairs, but they also provide the ergonomic profile that results in better musculoskeletal health for the practitioner.