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Hips Over Knees® Seat Cushion

Designed by Dr Lawrence Woods to relieve pressure & tension off your back to provide all-day comfort and alignment so you can look good and feel great while sitting.

Why you’ll love it :-

  • Designed by a Chiropractor
  • Promotes Alignment & Relieves Pressure
  • Made with 100% Natural Latex

Experience Comfort & Support Like Never Before

Don't Just Sit There, Sit Comfortably

We’ve spent years studying comfort and the science of sitting. One thing is for sure, comfortable sitting changes all things. You feel happier, more energized, focused, and even have a better posture.

The CushionThat Delivers

Designed by chiropractors, this seat cushion provides exceptional support for your spine, ensuring that you maintain proper posture and alleviate muscle tension.
  • 1. Coccyx & Tail Bone Relief
  • 2. 100% Natural Latex
  • 3. Wedge Support Layer
  • 4. Circulation Contours
  • 5. Edge Support

The CushionThat Delivers

Dr Lawrence Woods DC

About Hips Over Knees ® Our Team Dr Lawrence Woods Our Story

Meet Dr. Lawrence Woods – the chiropractor who knows comfort like the back of his hand! For 25 years, he’s helped people with posture issues feel better, and now he’s crafted the perfect seat cushion to keep you comfy and supported.

Say goodbye to discomfort and hello to better posture with Dr Woods’ cushion. Try it out and see for yourself – your back will thank you!

Real Experiences from Satisfied Customers

Comfort and Posture, All in One

Hey there! Let me introduce you to Dr. Lawrence Woods, a chiropractor with over 25 years of experience in the field. He’s not your typical chiropractor, though. Dr. Woods has a unique specialty that sets him apart from the rest: crafting seat cushions that promote good posture and provide extra comfort to people like you and me.

But why should you care about good posture? Well, have you ever found yourself slouching in your chair after a long day of work? Or maybe your back starts to ache after sitting for too long? That’s where Dr. Woods comes in. He knows how important it is to maintain proper posture, especially when you spend a lot of time sitting. That’s why he’s created these amazing seat cushions that will change the way you sit forever.

Here are just a few of the features and benefits of Dr. Woods’ seat cushions:

  • Promotes good posture: Say goodbye to slouching and hunching over your desk. With these seat cushions, you’ll sit up straight and tall, which can improve your breathing, circulation, and overall health.
  • Provides extra comfort: No more sore backs or achy hips. Dr. Woods’ seat cushions are designed to relieve pressure on your body, so you can sit comfortably for longer periods of time.
  • Fits any chair: Whether you’re at work, at home, or in the car, these seat cushions can be used anywhere. Plus, they’re easy to carry with you wherever you go.

So what are you waiting for? Try one of Dr. Woods’ seat cushions today and see the difference for yourself. Not only will you be more comfortable, but you’ll also be taking a step towards better health and wellness. Plus, you’ll be supporting a small business with a passion for helping people live their best lives.


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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:

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 is Your Returns Policy?
We put a lot of care and dedication into creating the best quality seat cushions to meet your every need.

However, we understand that sometimes, things might not work out as planned. To ensure your shopping experience with us is smooth and convenient, we’ve outlined our return policy below.

Our seat cushions are carefully sealed to maintain their shape, hygiene, and quality.

Once your cushion has been opened, it cannot be returned. We understand that this might seem strict, but this policy is in place to maintain the highest hygiene standards for all our customers. When you order from us, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll receive a brand new, untouched product every single time.

Before you decide to make a purchase, we encourage you to check our detailed product descriptions, measurements, and customer reviews to ensure that you’re selecting the right cushion for your specific needs.

If you’re unsure about a product, our friendly customer service team is always on hand to answer any questions and help you make the right choice.

And remember, our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee is still in effect. If there is any problem or defect with your product upon delivery, please let us know immediately. We will be more than happy to replace the product or issue a full refund in such circumstances.

If you have any further questions or need help with your purchase, please feel free to contact our customer service team. We’re here to assist you every step of the way.

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.