Helping to alleviate the pain in the tailbone caused by being seated
Pain in the coccyx (or tailbone) whilst seated is one of the most common forms of backpain in adults. The coccyx is made up of a series of small bones at the base of the spine and the ageing process can cause these bones to fuse, dislocate or develop arthritis. This causes sitting to become increasingly painful. The degree of pain for the sufferer depends greatly on the design of the chair they use.
Corrigo’s Exemplar Solum chairs have been designed by ergonomic and physiotherapist specialists to give your spine the correct support and hold you in an upright posture. This model comes with a memory-foam coccyx cut-out to alleviate the pressure on this sensitive area of the spine. Because this office chair is totally adjustable and comes in different sizes to suit your exact body shape, pain from the coccyx can be lessened and in some instances can disappear completely.