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Posturite Coccyx Cut-out Wedge

Posturite Coccyx Cut-out Wedge
Posturite Coccyx Cut-out Wedge

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Provides slight pelvic tilt to properly align the knees and hips and relieve the coccyx

Achieving good posture takes practice. When sitting - especially for long periods, it’s important that your lower back has adequate support to reduce the risk of strain and back pain. The Posturite Coccyx Cut-out Wedge can be added to your office chair or car seat to improve the alignment of your body and reduce aches and pains without placing pressure on your coccyx. It positions your hips higher than your knees so that strain and muscle fatigue is relieved from the lower back and legs.

This back support guarantees maximum comfort for an injured or bruised coccyx. The soft, plush velour cover can be removed and washed for easy up-keep.

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 4028
Promo Label No
  • Gently sloped angle to rotate pelvis and relieve lower back strain
  • Coccyx relief recess cut out for injured coccyx
  • Plush hard wearing, washable velour cover
  • Lightweight and easily portable
  • Medium firmness - the wedge supports the user appropriately but is soft enough to be comfortable while sitting
Dimensions (L x W x H):
380 x 355 x 95 mm
Coccyx recess dimensions:
127 mm from the back and 95 mm wide
1 year
Delivery & Returns 5_to_7_days
Delivery courier_only

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

I've been using one of these cushions for nearly two years, and the difference is significant. These are firm cushions that do not crush so much when you sit on them. For the first couple of weeks I was a bit unsure, but now I wouldn't be without it.
Review by Darren S / (Posted on 10/29/2014)
Not useful for me - not to say it won't work for someone else
Coccyx pain from 22weeks pregnant.
Been using the cushion at work as well as not wearing heels but I don't find it makes any difference - if anything it's more painful getting up from sitting on the cushion.
Review by Sam / (Posted on 10/24/2014)

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