Axial Orthopedic Seat Cushion® | Ergonomic Seat Chair Wedge
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Why you’ll love it:
- Takes pressure & tension off your back to provide all-day comfort and alignment.
- Designed by Dr Lawrence Woods to improve your posture so you can look good and feel great while sitting.
- Made with incredibly comfortable 100% natural latex foam & high-density foam core.
Perfect seat cushion for:
How it Works
- Sit too much?
- Spend to 5 hours a day on your phone or computer?
- Worry about how your posture will look and feel at 70?
Do You Think It Would Be Nice To:
- Strengthen and exercise your core muscles all day?
- Reduce Back Pain?
- Make an effortless change that doesn’t interfere with your lifestyle?
- Have great posture into old age?
How Does The Foundation Improve Posture?
Over the past few decades, as a Chiropractor, I’ve witnessed a decadent trend in back pain primarily due to too much sitting.
What if you could make a simple change to improve posture and correct chronic pain? Would you do it?
We designed a correctional device called The Foundation which is intelligently designed to make any seat ergonomic
It is engineered to set your hips at a perfect angle and take the load off of your spine and onto your core muscles
The Spinery® Ergonomic Seat Cushion maintains all-day support while also providing optimal comfort
The Spinery® Ergonomic Seat Cushion, It’s that simple.
Materials & Construction
Comfort Foam Layer: 100% Natural Latex Foam
Support Wedge Foam Layer: High-density Foam
Upper: Non-slip Black Vegan Leather
Side: 3D ventilated Mesh Fabric
Bottom: Non-slip Fabric
Shipping & Delivery
Our warehouse is located at 801 Canal St, 32168 New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Orders are typically processed within 1-3 business days from the time the order is placed. Please note that this does not include weekends or holidays.
We offer two shipping options for our Customers inside the USA (If the shipping is free due to a promotion, one of the two shipping options will be provided automatically):
- USPS Parcel Select Ground: Estimated Delivery in 2-7 Days* This is our standard shipping option. Delivery time can vary depending on your location. Please note that we cannot guarantee delivery within the estimated time frame.
- USPS Priority Mail Cubic: Estimated Delivery in 1-3 Days This is our expedited shipping option. Delivery time is typically 1-3 business days from the time the order is shipped. Please note that we cannot guarantee delivery within the estimated time frame.
Shipping costs will vary depending on the shipping method selected, the destination, and the weight of the package. The shipping cost will be calculated at checkout and will be displayed before you confirm your order.
Once your order has shipped, you will receive a confirmation email with a tracking number. You can use this tracking number to track your package online.
If you experience any issues with your delivery, please contact us immediately so we can help resolve the issue. Please note that we are not responsible for any delays caused by the shipping carrier, such as weather delays or other unforeseen circumstances.
*Please note that delivery times may be affected by factors outside of our control, such as weather or other unforeseen circumstances. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Seat Cushion FAQs (Answers)
Find the Answers You Need to Choose the Perfect Cushion for Your Comfort and Posture from Seat Cushion Designer Dr Lawrence Woods DC
Q:- What Research Is There on Seat Cushions & Back Pain?
Hey there! Dr. Lawrence Woods here, and I want to talk to you about the importance of proper posture and support when it comes to reducing back pain. As a chiropractor, I’ve seen firsthand how poor posture can lead to all sorts of discomfort and pain. That’s why I’ve designed an ergonomic seat cushion that incorporates the same mechanism of action as seat wedges to promote proper posture and support. Here are some studies that support the use of my seat cushion:
Study 1: “Effect of a high-density foam seating wedge on back pain intensity when used by 14 to 16-year-old school students: a randomised controlled trial”
Description: This study found that using a high-density foam seating wedge reduced average self-reported back pain among school students. This is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design as it supports the importance of using high-density foam to provide proper support and comfort for the user, reducing the risk of back pain.
Study 2: “Novel natural rubber latex memory foam”
Description: This study found that natural latex foam can offer proper spine and joint support, prevent back pain and improve blood flow. This is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design as it supports the use of natural latex foam as a material that provides the necessary support and comfort to the user.
Study 3: “Sitting biomechanics, part II: optimal car driver’s seat and optimal driver’s spinal model”
Description: This study found that electromyography readings favoured a 110-degree angle between the seat and the back of the chair. This is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design as it supports the importance of having an angle of 110 degrees for comfort and proper spinal alignment.
Study 4: “Are you really sitting comfortably? A field study of a forward sloping chair and sedentary low back pain sufferers”
Description: This study found that users who sit with an “open” trunk-thigh angle (approximately 110-120 degrees) will be more comfortable. This is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design as it supports the importance of having an open angle between the trunk and the thigh for comfort and proper spinal alignment.
Study 5: “Sitting—an electromyographic and mechanical study”
Description: This study found that an angle of 110 degrees between the seat and the back of the chair and the back should be curved to fit a spinal 1-2 cm lordosis. This is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design as it supports the importance of having a curved back that fits a spinal lordosis for comfort and proper spinal alignment.
Study 6: “Study on Resilience of Mattress Foam and Body Pressure Distribution Characteristics of Mattress”
Description: This study found that the resilience of latex foam was better and the body pressure distribution was improved. This is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design as it supports the use of latex foam for its resilience and improved body pressure distribution for comfort and proper support.
Study 7: ‘Latex reduced peak body pressure and achieved a more even distribution of pressure compared with polyurethane across different postures.
Description: This study provides evidence that latex materials can effectively reduce peak body pressure and distribute pressure more evenly compared to polyurethane materials. This information is relevant to my ergonomic seat cushion design because it highlights the importance of using materials that are able to provide adequate support and cushioning, while also reducing the risk of pressure injuries. This study supports my decision to use latex as a primary material in the design of my seat cushion, as it helps to prevent discomfort and improve posture.
Q: What Causes Back Pain?
Hey, Dr Lawrence Woods here! As a chiropractor, I understand that back pain is a widespread problem that affects millions of people globally. From my experience, I’ve come to realize that there are two main types of back pain – acute and chronic. Acute back pain typically lasts for a few days to several weeks before subsiding, while chronic back pain persists for 12 weeks or longer.
Lower back pain is the most common type of back pain, and it can be caused by a variety of factors. These include:
- congenital skeletal abnormalities such as scoliosis, lordosis, and kyphosis
- degenerative conditions like arthritis, spondylosis, and disc degeneration.
- Other potential causes of low back pain include spinal problems like sciatica, ruptured discs, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and osteoporosis.
- Additionally, conditions like piriformis syndrome, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, pregnancy, and tumors can also contribute to back pain.
Certain lifestyle factors can also increase the risk of developing back pain. Overweight and elderly individuals are more prone to back pain, as are those who lead sedentary lifestyles or have poor posture. Individuals who sit for prolonged periods of time, especially with inadequate back support, are at an increased risk of developing back pain. Stress, anxiety, and depression have also been linked to an increased risk of back pain.
As a chiropractor, I usually recommend that individuals maintain regular movement and exercise, along with using proper seat cushions that may help prevent back pain. A healthy back also depends on getting enough quality sleep, as poor sleep can contribute to back pain and impact overall well-being. Therefore, having a good sitting posture during the day and a proper sleeping position at night can help individuals maintain a healthy back and minimize the risk of developing back pain.
Q: Chiropractor Explains: Ergonomic VS Orthopedic VS Memory foam Seat Cushion?
Hi there! As a chiropractor and seat cushion designer, I’m often asked about the differences between the three main types of seat cushions: ergonomic, orthopedic, and memory foam. Let me give you a rundown of each type.
Ergonomic seat cushions are designed to help you sit in a way that promotes good posture. These cushions are made to support your spine and hips, reducing the amount of pressure on your back and joints. By using an ergonomic seat cushion, you can avoid common posture problems that can lead to pain and discomfort.
Orthopedic seat cushions, on the other hand, are designed by medical experts such as chiropractors and physical therapists. These cushions are meant to provide targeted support and relief for people who suffer from chronic back pain or injuries. They often feature special cutouts or contours that help to redistribute pressure and provide additional support where it’s needed.
Finally, there’s memory foam seat cushions. While I’ve worked with memory foam for many years, I’ve grown to prefer other materials such as natural latex. This is because natural latex is more comfortable, supportive, and less toxic. That being said, memory foam seat cushions are made from a special type of foam that molds to your body shape, providing customized support that can be beneficial for people with certain pain conditions.
In summary, whether you’re looking for a cushion to improve your posture, relieve chronic pain, or provide customized support, there’s a seat cushion out there that can meet your needs.
Q:- What are Back Pain Warning Signs?
Indicators of Severe Back Pain Even though several instances of back pain can be remedied with self-care, some require the expertise of medical professionals. There are particular warning signals that necessitate prompt medical intervention:
- If your back pain is accompanied by a fever.
- If your groin region feels numb.
- If you abruptly encounter weakness in your legs.
- If you’re encountering a lack of control over your bladder or bowel movements.
- If you can’t sit or stand in a comfortable position.
- If your pain is progressively worsening instead of subsiding.
*Includes Reviews of the Spinery Ergonomic Seat Cushion/The Foundation Which Is the Axial Seat Cushion but Sold Under a Different Name in Europe.
I spend a lot of time in front of the computer and frequently experience back pain. In September 2022, I made the decision to purchase the Spinery® Ergonomic Seat Cushion | Seat Chair Wedge. I can tell a difference since I started using this product. Anyone who spends a lot of time sitting should consider it. Highly Recommended!!!
This is my first time ever to leave a product review and I must. Total satisfaction! These products are amazing, deliver wonderful sleep and you wake without aches and refreshed. Best investment ever! The foundation is also wonderful and my posture is so improved. Great service all round.
You too deserve the best.
At first I got the cushion as I started working from home and I must say, that sitting for long hours has not been an issue at all ever since. The cushion really gives you the feeling that you are sitting with the correct posture.
That´s what I can say about using Sinead´s and Lawrence´s wonderful products.
The Spinery is a go to for my office setup to ensure good posture and alignment. Their products and services make a significant difference to my overall health and productivity. The Foundation has changed a rather ordinary office chair into a great solution.
Having had long standing lower back & neck problems, finally making solid progress with Lawrence. I’m also learning more about seating & standing posture, and having purchased the seat foundation, this is helping at my desk as I use my PC. Thanks Lawrence & Sinead & The Spinery!