Aylio Coccyx Seat Cushion | Back Support, Tailbone and Sciatica Pain Relief, Washable Cover
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- CUT-OUT DESIGN TAKES PRESSURE OFF YOUR SPINE: Sit in comfort as your coccyx hovers above the U-shaped rear cut-out, preventing lower back soreness and discomfort from prolonged sitting.
- CONTOURED SURFACE FOR BUTTOCKS, HIPS AND THIGHS: This cushion gently cradles your buttocks, while the ergonomic wedge structure distributes weight evenly and promotes healthy spine alignment.
- LIGHTWEIGHT FOR TAKE-ANYWHERE COMFORT: Measuring 18x14x2.5 inches and weighing only 1 pound, this seat pillow can be carried everywhere you need support- home, office desk, wheelchair, car or plane.
- SCIATICA AND LOWER BACK PAIN RELIEF: The chair pad provides back support by reducing pressure on the tailbone, which can help with sciatica, back pain or a herniated disc.
- HYGIENIC VELVET COVER ZIPS OFF FOR EASY WASHING: Don't worry about getting your seat cushion soiled or dirty from daily use. Just machine wash and air dry for fresh and clean sitting all the time.
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UPDATE: August 2018: I have had this product since February 2017 and I had to throw it away today lost all support after using almost every day for hours at a time.
Update 12/24/16 - Got the other over a month ago for her and it is in use with the same consistent positive results. Give it a try, the pain relief is worth it.
Off the meds (couldn't stand how stupid they made me, and now understand why so many people go non-compliant with meds that interfere with needing to be smart), taking fish oil 1200 mg / day for dry eyes - apparently it should also serve to help with circulation which then should affect the stenosis and arthritis. Acquired Scoliosis and degenerative discs from the C4 - C6 with a bulge at the C5 (neck) down to the thoracic (just below the shoulder blades) isn't positively contributing to a solution. I have a winged scapula, too. Mind y'all, most of us have degeneration, especially as we get older, and most folks won't have any issues or even realize it.
For those who Do struggle, give this pillow a chance. I thought it was going to be a bunch of baloney like all the other things I tried., but what the heck, right? I noticed when pressure was taken off the coccyx I got mild to momentary relief. I dragged the pillow around town with me today because I was feeling so much better while using it. I did get a deep tissue massage Tuesday and I was pretty darn sore afterwards, but I made good on my promise to drink water to flush the lactic acids out, and that turned out to be a smart deal.
So the short solution: Coccyx seat cushion and deep tissue massage with very light yoga or stretches I learned at physical therapy. Having a sturdy cushion behind me keeps my posture in check, which makes things even better. We're not talking miracle cure, but this is the first real relief I've had in six months. I noticed trips to the powder room for which I needed to sit took the pressure off the coccyx so off I went to look for a decent looking seat. This one shall serve well.
20180817: It's been nearly 1 year and it's still holding up. I'm 130 - 136 lbs on any given day and I sit on this at least 8 hours per day. I use it everywhere in the house. My back pain has improved greatly and I attribute a large part of that to this seat cushion. I'm more attached to it than a toddler is to their binky! I've only had to wash the cover once and it was a slight struggle to get it back on, but nothing I couldn't handle with a few choice words. I use Scotch Guard to help with potential spills since I sit on it while eating. I definitely recommend doing that while the cover is on the cushion - I tried it after I washed and before putting it back on. After it stretched out to full size some of the waterproofing went to the wayside.
I included a picture of it to show how the label has worn, which illustrates how much I use this, and how clean it's remained. The darker grey is shadow, not dirt. My tush print isn't even visible - that's how well this has held up. I have another one in my car from a different brand that's $5 or $10 less and that one is holding up well, but this one has a better feel to it. I also use my car far less so it's not an apples to apples comparison.
One thing that struck me odd when I removed the cover is that the underside of the cushion is discolored. I don't know how the heck that happens when I sit on the top. The only thing I can come up with is the friction from me wiggling around when I get uncomfortable. I might need to reinforce the seam in the bottom of the U shape as that's definitely pulling at the stitches. They are holding tight, though, even with me poking at them to assess. Heavier people might find the seams pulling. I did my best at getting a picture, pardon the fingers - I wanted to show the seams being pulled and how they're still steadfast, but have potential to wear down eventually.
This seat cushion made all the difference in the world. Today I drove for 9.5 hours and did not experience any numbness or pain like I did without the Aylio cushion. The cushion paid for itself as I was able to transport more passengers than I do on a typical day.
I have now been using this seat cushion for over a month. My longest trip was over 10 hours as I needed to drive from Everett WA to Eureka CA - a distance of 600+ miles. At no point in driving did I feel either fatigue or numbness in my legs. I made the return trip two days later with the same results.