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Thread: Lumbar Support

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Spring Hill, Florida

    Lumbar Support

    Does anyone know of any good lumbar supports for like computer chairs or cars. I have been having a hard time with some chairs since my revision.
    Thanks Janet
    36 year young cardiac RN
    old curve C 29, T 70, L 50
    new curve C 7, T 23, L 20
    Surgery June 11, UCH, Dr. Cronen T2-L5, posterior
    Revision December 20 L5-S1 with pelvic fixation
    and Osteotomy to L3 at Tampa General Hospital

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    near Philadelphia
    I love the inflatable pillows sold by You can adjust the pillow to just the right pressure you need - usually just two or three puffs of air. Traditional lumbar-support pillows are too firm and big for me, but the inflatable works great. I still use one in the car and whenever I have to sit in a folding metal chair.
    A/P fusion on June 19, 2007 at age 52; T10-L5
    Pre-op thoracolumbar curve: 70 degrees
    Post-op curve: 12 degrees
    Dr. Boachie-adjei, HSS, New York

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2008
    long island, ny
    Hi Janet, I have problems with chairs also. For my chair at work and at home I use pillows, the small airline size works, as long as it hits the small of my back I feel the support. It's been about 1 1/2 yrs. since my surgery, so I guessing I'll always need these pillows. Do you have problems in the car also?
    Dolores A
    June 4, 2009 Anterior L3 - S1
    June 8, 2009 Posterior T4 - Pelvis
    Mark Agulnick, MD FAAOS
    NY Spine & Scoliosis Center

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