The Nova Coccyx Gel Foam Wheelchair Cushion is a comfortable seat cushion that is designed with a U cut-out on one end to reduce the pressure on the user’s tailbone. The cushion is an ideal accessory for wheelchairs, transport chairs, or regular seats at home or in offices.
By eliminating the pressure on the user’s tailbone, the cushion also helps improve the user’s posture and maintain their natural curvature while sitting. It also helps provide relief from pain in the lower back. Patients with tailbone injuries or surgeries, lower back pain, or anyone sitting for extended periods of time will find the cushion incredibly beneficial. To enhance the cushion’s functionality and comfort, it is designed with a gel foam core. The gel foam core evenly distributes weight thereby eliminating skin irritations. The even weight distribution makes the cushion ideal to treat and prevent pressure ulcers too.
The Nova 2603C Series 3 Inch Coccyx Cushion is available in different size options to suit individual needs. All the options come with black colored polyester and cotton blend cover that is gentle on the user’s skin. The cover is waterproof and can be easily removed for washing and maintenance. The cover is non-flammable for enhanced safety. The cushion has a non-skid bottom that ensures that it stays securely on the seat while the user is on it.
Product Features and Benefits
- Helps to treat and prevent skin irritations and pressure ulcers
- Comes with washable black polyester and cotton blend cover
- Cushion ideal for wheelchairs, transport chairs, seats at home etc.
- Gel foam core provides even weight distribution to relieve pressure
- U cut-out eliminates pressure exerted on user’s tailbone while sitting
- Manufacturer: Nova
- Cushion Height: 3 Inch
- Cushion Length: 16 Inch (2603C-3-1616, 2603C-3-1816, 2603C-3-2016) | 18 Inch (2603C-3-2018)
- Cushion Width: 16 Inch (2603C-3-1616) | 18 Inch (2603C-3-1816) | 20 Inch (2603C-3-2016, 2603C-3-2018)
- Model: 2603C-3-1616 , 2603C-3-1816, 2603C-3-2016, 2603C-3-2018
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