Kolbs Posture Support Pillow 4.5 Star Rating
Binders & Supports, Therapeutic Support Cushions
Kolbs Posture Support Pillow 4.5 Star RatingSKU: KCMPHR
The Kolbs Posture Support Pillow is a firm, yet plush pillow offering terrific posture support. Not maintaining good posture and adequate back support can add strain to muscles and put stress on the spine. This posture pillow received a 4.5 out of 5 star rating!
The Kolbs Posture Support Pillow is a firm, yet plush pillow offering terrific posture support. The Posture Support Pillow helps:
- The Kolbs Premium Foam Posture Support Cushion helps improve spinal alignment and posture
- The ergonomic design assists in reducing head, neck, shoulder and back pain
- Can also be used behind the knees or ankles to reduce discomfort
- Comes with a removable, washable, low-shear spandex cover
- 14.5 inches x 8 inches x 4.5 inches
- Has a 12 month manufacturer’s warranty
The attached strap keeps the Kolbs® Posture Support Pillow firmly in place. Great for auto, home or office use.
Not maintaining good posture and adequate back support can add strain to muscles and put stress on the spine. Over time, the stress of poor posture can change the anatomical characteristics of the spine, leading to the possibility of constricted blood vessels and nerves, as well as problems with muscles, discs, and joints. All of these can be major contributors to back and neck pain, as well as headaches, fatigue, and possibly even concerns with major organs and breathing.
Basically, having correct posture means keeping each part of the body in alignment with the neighboring parts. Proper posture keeps all parts balanced and supported. With appropriate posture (when standing) it should be possible to draw a straight line from the earlobe, through the shoulder, hip, knee, and into the middle of the ankle.
Because people find themselves in several positions throughout the day (sitting, standing, bending, stooping, and lying down) it’s important to learn how to attain and keep correct posture in each position for good back support, which will result in less back pain. When moving from one position to another, the ideal situation is that one’s posture is adjusted smoothly and fluidly. After initial correction of bad posture habits, these movements tend to become automatic and require very little effort to maintain.