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Thursday, December 10, 2020

The Back Thing Holiday Gift Guide 2020

 


If you suffer from chronic back pain, you’re not alone. In fact, 80 percent of the population deals with some sort of lower back pain on a regular basis. This overwhelming problem is what prompted the creation of The Back Thing, a functional chair cushion designed by a neurosurgeon to provide the right kind of lumbar support. 

Instead of horizontal cushioning, that causes the lower back to over-arch, The Back Thing uses vertical pine slats to promote better posture and provide lumbar support to alleviate back pain. The Back Thing’s slim design makes it foldable and easy to carry for travel and work!

 



The Back Thing Recreational, like the Original, is a simple and versatile solution for low back pain. Designed with two extra slats, It is wider than there other Back Things and ideal for golf carts, boats, stadium seats, RV’s, sofas, patio chairs or even boardroom seating. For home health care, it is perfect in wheelchairs to promote better posture and circulation.

My Opinion: I suffer from back pain as I have fibromyalgia along with degenerative disc disease so I try and do what I can to relieve the pain. I used this in my chair I sit at to blog at and it gave me some support to be comfortable. It is a great gift for anyone including senior citizens.

See more at https://www.thebackthing.com

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