66fit Coccyx Cushions

66fit Coccyx Cushions

The Physio Supplies range of 66fit Coccyx Cushions and 66fit Coccyx Chiro Cushions are designed to remove the pressure from a bruised or fractured coccyx when seated during the most painful stages after an injury. The coccyx is to be found at the lower end of the vertebral column and is a set of bones fused together to appear as one. Often called the “Tailbone”, these bones are separate at birth and do not have cartilage between them. Coccyx pain, also known as coccydynia, coccygodynia, coccygeal pain and coccalgia is one of the most debilitating conditions which if not managed correctly can leave the sufferer unable to sit comfortably for months and sometimes even years.

Coccyx Cushions by 66fit
The 66fiit Coccyx Cushion – Elite, is a cushion designed to relieve the pain from a sore or bruised coccyx when seated.

The coccyx is rarely fractured because it is mobile and able to flex forwards and backwards, but a sudden sharp force directly to the coccyx (such as falling backwards onto hard ground) may sprain or dislocate the coccyx and hence cause severe pain especially when trying to sit or crouch.

Precisely shaped, and made from a moulded PU foam with a ‘horse-shoe’ cut-out under the coccyx area, the 66fit coccyx cushions help avoid any direct pressure on the coccyx while supporting the sitter better than many similar aids and allows the user to sit right back in a chair and benefit from its lumbar support. The 66fit coccyx cushion can be used in almost any type of seat at home, in the office, in the car etc. Our cushions come with a removable / washable zipped cover for easy cleaning.

Our Australian customers can find these Coccyx Cushions on our dedicated Australian website.

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