*Your "lower back" "lumbar region" is pulled forward by your knee
*Adjustable the belt length from your knees to your lower back
*Assistive Posture Support will help you to sit upright with both your knees closed to each other while slightly bent
*The newest patent, Assistive Posture Support (APS)
*Demo : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja4OQikbDDQ&feature=youtu.be
The Ever Lumbar Support (APS) can assist your everyday sitting position. With the help of the Ever Lumbar Support, your "lower back" or "lumbar region" is pulled forward by your knees. Such extension of your knees pulls your lower back slightly forward and serves as an Assistive Posture Support (APS) to your lower back. As such, your lower back (lumbar) is pulled-in and it keeps your back straight naturally while you're performing you may change the restrictive force by adjusting the belt length from your knees to your lower back. A desired fit can be adjusted easily by means of releasing or tightening the length of the belt on both sides. Such implementation of Assistive Posture Support will help you to sit upright with both your knees closed to each other while slightly bent. You will find such APS to be beneficial especially while working in an office or sitting on a bus or train and even in-flight cabin. When getting off the desk or seat on a vehicle, the user is only required to release the center buckle between the knees and lift-off the belts from the knees completely. The Ever Lumbar Support (aka Assistive Posture Support - APS) assist the user's sitting position to keep the lower back straight and upright while sitting down. There exists a net force acting on the user's knees and lower back only. With such counteracting force between both knees and lower back, the user's lower back is pulled forward and this greatly assists the user to sit straight and upright without any strains towards any other parts of the body.