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Tackle pelvic pain the easy and comfortable way; the pressure relief turning cushion is ideal for you
When you are suffering with pain around your pelvic area; it could be from surgery, prostatitis, pregnancy or a bump to the coccyx, finding a comfortable seat to rest it feels as rare as a blue rose. The simple day to day tasks like travelling to work in the car or sitting down at your desk can be incredibly painful, even your favourite arm chair isn’t comfortable! A pressure relief cushion is the solution to all your seating worries!
The pressure relief cushion is an effective quick fix for anyone who spends a good proportion of their day sat down. The cushion makes sure that you can sit down pain-free and comfortably whenever you need it most, whether it’s sitting at the desk at work or sat in your arm chair watching the TV. Not only does the pressure relief cushion alleviate pain, it will also improve your posture by distributing weight evenly so you can sit comfortably, relieving pain from your lower back and preventing any further damage caused by poor posture.
Another addition to this fantastic pressure cushion is that it has the ability to swivel 360˚; this is ideal for getting in and out of cars without having to shuffle into the correct position with no danger of aggravating your pressure points.
The pressure relief turning cushion’s cover is removable and washable.
Don’t let pelvic pain get in the way of your day to day living, grab yourself a pressure relief turning cushion today.
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|SKU / Product Code||10483|
|Function||Max Weight: 125kg (18 Stone)|
|Size||Diameter: 40cm | Indentation Diameter: 13.5cm|
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- Good but bulky Review by J.S
- Good Review by Oliver J
- I believe this would be appropriate for piles surgery and of course new mums. Review by Jocinda
I believe this would be appropriate for piles surgery and of course new mums. (Posted on 17 March 2015)