Aylio Coccyx Seat Cushion for Back Pain Relief Review - Ask Doctor Jo

By: AskDoctorJo

Hey everybody, it's Doctor Jo. Today I'm gonna talk about the Aylio Coccyx Orthopedic Comfort Foam Seat Cushion. Right off the bat, I really like this cushion because the cover is nice and soft. It also comes out. There's a zipper so if you need to wash it, if it get's dirty, you can and you don't risk messing up the foam on the inside. It's got a little cutout here for your tailbone, or your coccyx, to take the pressure off of it when you're sitting.

And then it has some groves here to keep your hips in alignment when you're sitting. And it also helps distribute your weight on both sides. So if you sit for a long time and you have pain and numbness when you're sitting, this will help distribute that and hopefully take away some of that pain and numbness. Also if you have some back pain, if you've been diagnosed with stenosis, or spondylolisthesis, spondylosis, this will help because it helps put you in that proper alignment and take some pressure off areas. So let's try it out. So when you put the cushion in the seat, make sure the cutout is in the back where your tailbone is. And make sure it's in the center of the seat so you can have that level seating. The first thing that I notice when I sit on it is it actually puts me in an upright position which is very good.

So if you slouch a little bit, it feels weird so you want to sit up. You can see here where the hole is, it gives you space so you're not putting pressure on that tailbone if you have an injury there or if you have a pressure sore, you're not putting all that pressure on the spot to make it worse. It's pretty comfortable so you can sit on it for a while. And the foam, I've noticed after sitting on it for a little bit, doesn't actually squish down.

It stays in its form so you don't end up sinking to the bottom. One thing I would recommend since it is thick, if you're putting it in a chair at work, make sure you get that proper alignment where you knees are about at 90 degrees and your hip are at about 90 degrees. So then you're not up like this, or down like that.

Aylio Coccyx Seat Cushion for Back Pain Relief Review - Ask Doctor Jo

You're in that 90/90 degree position. So overall, I do feel like it's very comfortable, it's getting you in a good position, it's taking pressure off the spots that it needs to. And it's pretty soft, so if you want to check it out, it's gonna be in the Ask Doctor Jo product store, or Amazon.com. And if you have any questions, leave them in the comments section, if you'd like to check out some other videos go to AskDoctorJo.com and don't forget to follow me on Facebook and Twitter. Remember, be safe, have fun, and I hope you feel better soon.

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