The Buttpillow™ “Patented Ergonomic Seating Cushion” has a hidden wave-form cut-out that elevates the peri-anal area for individuals suffering with hemorrhoids, vaginal pain, dyspareunia, and prostatitis. The Buttpillow™ has an ergonomic wedge shape to help sitting individuals maintain the natural curve of the spine (lordosis) to minimize risk factors for low back pain, and pelvic pain. It is made with medium density open-cell foam for maximum buttock envelopment and pressure-reduction to minimize risk factors for the development of pressure sores, DVT, varicose veins, and sciatica.
Is All This Sitting . . . A Pain in the Butt?
The Buttpillow™ is designed to relieve and prevent pain and problems while sitting.
Sit on The Buttpillow™ . . . Patented “Ergonomic Seating Cushion”
The Buttpillow™ “Patented Ergonomic Seating Cushion” features:
The Buttpillow™ reduces sitting surface pressures.
It is made with medium density open-cell foam topped with soft, convoluted foam for maximum buttock envelopment and pressure reduction to minimize risk factors for the development of pressure sores, DVT, varicose veins, and sciatica.
The Buttpillow™ elevates the peri-anal area with its patented hidden “wave” peri-anal and tailbone cut-out to relieve and prevent pain associated hemorrhoids, vaginal pain, pain after childbirth, dyspareunia, and prostatitis.
The Buttpillow™ has an ergonomic wedge shape to maintain the natural curve of the spine while seated (lordosis) to reduce risk factors for low back pain caused by sitting.
Relieve and Prevent Pain & Problems While Sitting!
Up to 75 percent of the population experiences low back pain lasting more than one week at some point in their lives. By the age of 50 years old, about 85 – 90 percent of adults will have degenerative changes in their vertebral discs, and these changes begin to occur in the third decade (in their 30’s) of life.
In a one year period, the estimate of people with an episode of back pain is about 17 percent. Also the estimate of the people 18 to 24 years having back pain in a one year period is 13 percent.