Trough, Folding Cushion for Tailbone Pain, Pelvic Pain, Genital Pain

Most patients with coccyx pain (tailbone pain) find that sitting is painful, but that it is somewhat less painful if they use the right cushion. For most people with tailbone pain, the best cushion has a cut-out located just at the back of the cushion (under the coccyx, so that the coccyx does not hit the chair when sitting).

But some patients have pain that is not limited to only the back area of the pelvic floor (at the coccyx). They may ALSO have pain at the front area of the pelvic floor (e.g. at the area of the external genitalia, such as the scrotum in men, or at the vulva and vaginal area in women).

When patients have sitting pain that is located at both the FRONT and ALSO at the BACK of the pelvis , they may benefit from a cushion that has a cut-out area extending from back -to-front. (Unlike people who have pain only at the coccyx and usually use a cushion where the cut-out is only at the back part of the cushion.)

The extended area of cut-out is basically like a trough, or trench, or channel, that extends from front-to-back down the middle of the cushion.

Most of these are adjustable, so that the trench (trough, channel) down the middle can be made to be either wider or narrower, depending on your body size and what gives you the most relief.

I do not endorse specific brands, but I will show a few here so that you can see what I am talking about.

Twin Cheeks coccyx pudendal cushion, from cushionyourassets.com

Twin Cheeks coccyx pudendal cushion, from cushionyourassets.com

Twin Cheeks coccyx pudendal cushion,  on a chair, from cushionyourassets.com

Twin Cheeks coccyx pudendal cushion, on a chair, from cushionyourassets.com

Twin Cheeks coccyx pudendal cushion,  on a chair, Folded-up for Carrying, from cushionyourassets.com

Twin Cheeks coccyx pudendal cushion, on a chair, Folded-up for Carrying, from cushionyourassets.com

Link: https://cushionyourassets.com/Twin-Cheeks-Folding-Cushion-TWC101.htm


 

Pelvic Pain, coccyx cushion, trough cushion,  orange color, from pelvicpainsolutions.com

Pelvic Pain, coccyx cushion, trough cushion, orange color, from pelvicpainsolutions.com

Link: https://pelvicpainsolutions.com/collections/capps-seat-cushions/products/capps-travel-foldable-seat-cushion


Pelvic Pain, coccyx cushion, Pink color, from Pinterest

Pelvic Pain, coccyx cushion, Pink color, from Pinterest

Link: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/5e/bc/88/5ebc88dc7e31e359cbeb57cfb5787444.jpg

Also Link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/469500329896839646/


 

Pelvic Pain, Channel coccyx cushion, from Pelican Manufacturing

Pelvic Pain, Channel coccyx cushion, from Pelican Manufacturing

Link: https://www.pelicanmanufacturing.com.au/products/pudendal-channel-cushion/


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COME FOR RELIEF: For more information on coccyx pain, or to be evaluated in-person at Dr. Foye’s Tailbone Pain Center in the United States, go to: www.TailboneDoctor.com

- Patrick Foye, M.D., Director of the Coccyx Pain Center, New Jersey, United States.

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Patrick Foye, M.D.

Founder and Director at Tailbone Pain Center
Dr. Foye is an expert at treating tailbone pain (coccyx pain).

His personable, private-practice office is located on a modern, renowned, academic medical school campus, at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.

For an appointment, call 973-972-2802.

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