Our #1 BESTSELLER: Aylio Orthopedic Seat Cushion
- Patented design for chairs, cars, planes, and wheelchairs
- Contours promote comfort, healthy posture and spine alignment
- Rear cutout reduces pressure on the coccyx (tailbone) while seated
- Assists in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers
- Removable velour cover is machine washable for easy cleaning
- Top rated cushion on Amazon
The Aylio chair pad rests comfortably on any home or office chair. It is soft enough to provide superior comfort and relief but but firm enough to retain its shape. We have redesigned this pillow countless times over the years based on customer feedback until we finally developed the perfect blend of design, com
fort, and support.
Our customers agree:
“This seat cushion works to reduce the pain I get from sitting on my hard office chair for long periods of time. I tried three different cushions, and this one seems to work the best with my desk chair.” By lamban (Maryland, USA)
Extra comfortable sitting doesn’t have to end at the home or office…
Take the cushion with you while traveling.
It is sized to fit any car, bus, train, or airplane seat!
Whether your home or on a road trip, your coccyx will be thanking you!
Dimensions: 18 x 14 x 3 inches
Weight: 1 lb
Maximum Load: Supports up to 250 lbs
Those suffering from serious back injuries, such as a fractured or broken tailbone, will find that the Aylio seat pillow greatly reduces coccyx pressure, which is the leading source of discomfort when it comes to pain while sitting.
The carefully designed rear cutout allows your tailbone to hover above the seat instead of having all your weight pressing down directly upon your injured coccyx and into the wheelchair seat.
Whether you have a back injury or not, anyone who is currently wheelchair bound owes it to themselves to drastically improve their standard of living with an Aylio seat cushion. Our unique comfort foam and contoured design creates a far more comfortable sitting experience, while the rear cutout eliminates painful pressure placed upon your bones that stems from your body weight pressing into the seat of the wheelchair.
Make yourself comfortable. Act now!