Why is archelis good
for your legs and back？
Ideal standing posture
|load on feet
|load on the lower back
|In addition to the fatigue caused by standing, the concentration of the weight load on the lower body causes pain in the soles of the feet.
|Sitting on a chair rounds your back and crushes your pelvis, putting a strain on your lower back and causing stiff neck and shoulders.
|When Archelis is worn, the pelvis stands up, the S-shape of the spine is maintained, the trunk is stabilized, and an ideal standing posture is maintained.
Distribute your weight and support
In a standing posture, the weight load is concentrated on the soles of the feet, and fatigue accumulates throughout the feet.
Archelis distributes weight evenly across the thighs and shins, reducing stress on the soles of the feet by up to 50%. Relieves chronic pain and fatigue caused by prolonged standing.
Offloading verification data
In a demonstration experiment conducted by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the effect of reducing the burden of Archelis was recognized. It was found that the muscle activity of the erector spinae and calf gastrocnemius muscles during standing work was reduced by up to 41% while wearing Archelis.
In addition, musculoskeletal analysis using a human model showed that Archelis reduced the load on the lower back by up to 33%. From both experiments and simulations, it was clarified that the wearing of Archelis reduces the physical burden of standing work.