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Orthopedic Coccyx Seat Cushion - Foam Tailbone Pillow for Sciatica & Pain Relief

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The Ultimate Tailbone Seat Cushion • Coccyx cushion rear cutout design reduces pressure that causes lower back pain, tailbone pain, and hip stiffness after sitting. • Spinal pain relief and posture support with a durable soft seat cushion that retains shape after continuous use. • Traveler's Best Friend! Doubles as a versatile travel cushion, designed specifically to fit snugly into any chair. Whether travelling by car, bus, or airplane, our seat cushion has you covered! • Zipper removable pillow cover is machine-washable, hypoallergenic, contains NO phthalates/latex/lead and is BPA-free. Why Use A Coccyx Cushion? The coccyx (commonly referred to as the “tailbone”) is located at the end of your spine. It’s also something we don’t think about often while we sit, but long periods of sitting play a major role in tailbone and back pain. The tailbone pillow is ideal for people with long commutes who need a car seat cushion, people who need back support for their chairs, as well as those recovering from an injury, seeking sciatica pain relief, or suffering from coccydynia (tailbone pain - sometimes caused by pregnancy). The coccyx pillow eases pain and also ensures that we’re taking care of our tailbone in the long run. If we don’t, we’ll wear out our natural back support, which often results in arthritis.