Relax the Back Bellevue - Relax the Back carries a distinctive line of products to address the back and neck care needs of its customers.
Relax the Back in Bellevue, Washington, offers a variety of solutions for the relief and prevention of back and neck pain. From self-massagers like the Thera Cane to top-of-the-line mattresses such as the TEMPUR-Cloud Luxe, Relax the Back products are innovative and medically-driven. Professionals in the Bellevue area often refer patients to the company for specialty back support and self-care products.
Relax the Back staff members attend rigorous training programs so they can recommend the right posture-improving and pain-relieving product for each customer’s back and neck needs. Whether the customer’s back pain is caused by spinal stenosis, a pinched nerve, or fibromyalgia, the trained associates are ready to offer their knowledge and support.
Relax the Back in Bellevue subscribes to the philosophy that home and office furniture should be designed to foster back and neck health and offers a variety of options for customers looking for ergonomic office furniture. The Human Touch Power Perfect Chair combines the comfort of a recliner with a uniquely ergonomic design. Likewise, the Lifeform Ultimate High Back Executive Chair brings comfort and improved back health to the office by redistributing the weight of the seated individual in order to increase circulation and improve posture. Relax the Back recommends using ergonomic office chairs because they allow individuals to sit comfortably for extended periods, thus increasing workplace productivity.
The Bellevue company also participates in several philanthropic activities and most recently sponsored a team in the Seattle Marathon. Through the earthquake and tsunami relief organization WorldBed, Inc., the company donated a mattress set on behalf of each team member that completed the marathon.
Relax the Back supports local charities by donating used furniture to Goodwill Industries International, Inc. The company also sponsors The Snowman Foundation’s concert series Ten Grands, the proceeds of which are used to purchase pianos and other instruments for children’s music programs.