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Qi Orthopedic Pillow


How does QiPillow differ from ordinary pillows?
-          In a word: support. QiPillow is far more than an ordinary pillow. It provides scientifically tested orthopedic back support for people of all shapes and sizes.
-          The QiPillow has been proven in a third party clinical study to help 91% of back pain sufferers relieve their back stiffness, pain and fatigue, and improve their sitting posture and comfort.  
-          Like a Sleep Number bed, it uses an air controlled orthopedic core to provide the much needed dynamic and individualized support to your back. 
-          Unlike ordinary pillows, QiPillow does not collapse under bodyweight and will help you to maintain the correct posture.
-          With QiPillow, your back support will always adjust to your body, seat and comfort, instead of the other way round.  There is nothing quite like it in the world.

About QiPillow's inventor
-          Patrick Lee, a Human Spinal Biomechanics Researcher, and founder of an international company that manufactures  medical devices. Trained in Switzerland and Germany.  Lived and worked in 6 countries on 3 continents.
-          Patrick and his team have helped hundreds of thousands of back pain sufferers find relief
-          QiPillow is the result of 3 years of hard work by Patrick Lee and his team
-          Rave reviews by users who notice a difference immediately.

Size: 18" x 18" or 20" x 20"
Colour: camel or sage
Cover materials: Mirco-Suede
Engineered in Canada
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REVIEW:
I blew 3 times into the pillow the first time, and it was just enough air while using in my office chair.
I'm a bad sloucher. Being so tall, slouching is all I have ever known.
This pillow was awkward at first because I am so used to slouching. This pillow is designed to help you be more aligned and sitting up straight. Well out of my comfort zone.
I didn't give up though and am glad I didn't.
After a few days I notice my posture is so much better. I am not only sitting taller and straighter, but I am not slouching like I was when standing or walking.
And it is no longer awkward. I feel like I've gotten used to sitting straighter and it hasn't been a second thought.
Who knew that having a pillow for lower back support would help me stand and sit taller?! Now I know, and won't be able to live without my Qi!
Thankfully it comes with a 3 year warranty too!


5/5


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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