How To Get Rid Of Back Pain (Without Shelling Out A Grand)

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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My back always hurts. I’m not sure if that’s because I don’t exercise enough or because I sit eight-plus hours a day or simply because I’m overweight. Considering the issues that my father and his father have had, it could also be genetic. Who knows.

Many of the orthopedic solutions on the market cost an arm and a leg, which isn’t ideal. That’s why it’s such a big deal that one of the most popular back relief aids is 73 percent off today.

This cushion normally costs $110, but today you can have it for just $30. Ladies and gentlemen, this is HUGE. And in case you are thinking that this is just some glorified pillow, consider the reviews it gets. Almost 9,000 customers have reviewed this cushion, the vast majority giving it 5 out of 5 stars. This is the real deal.

You can save $80 on this cushion, a deal available today only (Photo via Amazon)

You can save $80 on this cushion, a deal available today only (Photo via Amazon)

Aylio Orthopedic Comfort Foam Coccyx Seat Cushion for Lower Back, Tailbone and Sciatica Pain Relief on sale for $29.99

As the above pictures suggest, you can put this cushion pretty much anywhere — in your office, in your home, in your car, on an airplane. There’s never an opportunity when sitting couldn’t be improved with some orthopedic comfort. This will become especially crucial as we approach the colder months, when regular activity will become even more seldom.

Since it only costs $30, I just might get three or four of these things — all for the normal price of one. If my back could talk, it would thank me.

How the cushion works (Photo via Amazon)

How the cushion works (Photo via Amazon)

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