If you spend long periods of time sitting, either at home or at work, you may start to notice some lower back pain. There is a small triangular-shaped bone at the base of the spine called the coccyx, and sitting for long periods puts pressure on the coccyx causing pain and discomfort. As sitting for long periods, especially if it is your job, is often unavoidable, there is a solution to help relieve the pressure and discomfort: orthopedic seat cushions. Finding the right seat pad is as simple as knowing the different types and their applications. From wheelchair cushions to finding a cushion for car, or a home or office chair, there are many options available. Ranging from gel enhanced seat cushions to memory foam seat cushions, Jida has you covered.


Standard Memory Foam Cushion


Memory foam seat cushions are ideal for people needing less support. Generally, people who are smaller in size and looking for the ideal seat pad for a car will be happy with a memory foam cushion. These cushions are made with 100-percent memory foam, no additives, and they meet the orthopedic doctors’ recommendations. They are versatile and can be used in the car, office, or with a wheelchair. They are known to help relieve sufferers of pain and pressure on the coccyx, tailbone, lower back, and hips. Its ergonomic design makes it easily adaptable to a variety of body types.





Standard Gel Foam Cushion


Gel foam cushions are the ideal choice for people needing more support. They are a great choice for seating with chairs and wheelchairs and larger individuals who don’t want the cushion to flatten out during use. It offers the ultimate in pain and pressure reduction of the coccyx, lower back, tailbone, and hips. They can support people over 300lbs, and due to its construction with durable material, the cushion will not hold permanent depressions and will maintain its original shape.





Whether for leisure or work, those who have suffered with lower back pain due to sitting for long periods of time know the problems it can cause if left unattended. Fortunately, with the help of orthopedic seat cushions, there is an option to suit every need. Available in black and grey and sized at 18″x14″x3″, a visit to www.jida.us can point you in the direction of the ideal seat cushion.