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Backjoy

Back pain is a major issue nowadays, specially if you spend long hours at an office desk. So what can be done to alleviate such an ongoing problem? Meet Backjoy, an innovative sitting device that relieves back pain by implementing a proper posture, by strengthening the core, promoting healthy breathing and reducing stress, pain and inflammation. It maintains the natural state of the spine by tilting your hips upright and comfortably "floating” your spine over the seat, relieving tension and pressure. The ultra-portable seat is ideal for everyday use in your home, car, office or even on an airplane. watch the video

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