Product Review: SambaMD Back-Relief Wheelchair Seat

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Samba MD is a great Wheelchair seat! It is from the same company that made the Qi pillow that I have tried out and absolutely love using.  A lot of times when I am in the wheelchair, especially for any sort of extended period of time, I get really uncomfortable and I’m not sure that my posture is all that great. It can also make me feel achy and I’ll have a stiff back.  After getting out of the chair, I also have to take a few seconds to try and get myself back to a regular posture after being in such an uncomfortable position in the wheelchair for so long.  The SambaMD pillow helps to alleviate these problems by reducing back stiffness, alleviate pressure points, and reduce pressure. I know I will not be taking the wheelchair anywhere without the SambaMD packed as well!

There are 2 sides of the SambaMD and you can use either side you prefer to have contact with your body.  The leather side is great for water proofing and the 3D fabric side is great for improved circulation. (Just make sure that the memory foam is on top of the air controlled core!)  You can also increase or decrease the inflation to make it feel the best for you – just by using your mouth!

SambaMD is available at Walgreens and Amazon– for more information be sure to check out their product pages.

Some tips:

Only use this SambaMD seat in a wheelchair.  It’s not designed for any other types of chairs (Photos of it on the couch are for photographic purposes only and I did only use it while using my wheelchair) or for motor scooters.
Place the SambaMD flat in the wheelchair with the zipper in the back
You can place the Qi Orthopedic Pillow in the wheelchair as well, placed behind the back with the emphasis on the small of your back

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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