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By nan the therapist
from Defiance, OH
Comments about Tailbone Cushion:
This takes a lot of pressure of my spine and I would recommend it for my patients.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Mail Carrier
from Anacortes, WA
I have a damaged syactic nerve in my hip. I sit for long periods of time. I don't sit on the cushion, I have it behind my back. It keeps me somewhat reclined which takes pressure off my syactic nerve. Very comfortable, cool and soft too.