Aylio Coccyx Orthopedic Comfort Foam Seat Cushion

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Product ID: 281010

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  • Seat cushion reduces pressure on the coccyx and hip bones white sitting
  • Superior comfort for chairs, car seats, planes, and wheelchairs
  • Promotes healthy posture and spine alignment
  • Assists in the treatment of sciatica, pressure ulcers, injured tailbone and more
  • Removable velour cover is machine washable and allows for easy cleaning
  • This patent-pending orthopedic foam seat cushion by Aylio will add comfort to your chair, bench, car seat, plane seat,
    floor, or wheelchair. The rear cutout eliminates back pain by reducing body weight pressure on the tailbone. Meanwhile,
    the ergonomically designed contour shape of the pillow promotes healthy posture, proper spine alignment, and superior
    comfort. Most importantly, it will not flatten out like other cushions because it uses the highest quality comfort foam
    for optimal support over long stretches of time. The velour cover is machine washable and can be removed using the
    zipper for easy cleaning. The cushion measures 18 x 14 x 3.3 inches.

    Recommended for:

    Pain or numbness from sitting for long periods of time

    Road trips, long flights, seated desk work

    Extra cushioning for uncomfortable office chairs

    Padding for a hard surface (e.g. wooden chair, bench)

    Sciatic nerve damage/sciatica relief

    Bruised, fractured, inflamed or broken tailbone

    Healthy posture and proper spine alignment

    Herniated, bulging, slipped or prolapsed disc

    Piriformis syndrome

    Pelvic pressure and hip pain relief

    Lumbosacral Spondylosis


    Lumbar spinal stenosis

    Degenerative disc disease

    Sacroiliitis or spondylolisthesis of the sacrum

    Pilonidal cyst relief

    Subluxation / nerve impingement

    Sacral pressure sores or pressure ulcers

    Post coccygectomy surgery recovery

    Pregnancy or labor-induced coccydynia