The human body is not designed to spend hours sitting on a traditional chair with thighs parallel to the floor. Traditional seating flattens the lumbar spine and increases pressure on intervertebral discs. It also creates undue stress on muscles, tendons, and ligaments, leading to increased fatigue and a higher risk for developing a musculoskeletal injury.
A well-designed saddle stool supports an upright posture, maintains a healthy lumbar curve, helps strengthen core muscles, promotes deep diaphragmatic breathing, and allows clinicians to reduce dangerous positioning. Saddles are not a one-size-fits-all commodity. This course demystifies what it takes to find the perfect saddle.
Recorded: December 18, 2021
Expires: December 17, 2023
Speaker: Anne N. Guignon, RDH, MPH, CSP
1 CEU | Electronically Mediated I Online | Lecture | Home Study
Subject codes: 010, 149
This on-demand course is self-study and not considered live in most state’s State Dental Practice Acts. Please refer to your state’s practice act for specific requirements.
- PC, Mac, Laptop, and other mobile devices with standard web browser capability.
- Newest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, MSEdge, Safari, or Opera internet browsers.
- Internet connection with 500+Kbps
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