Make every chair
a perfect fit

Take your GetABack™ from home to car seat,
to office chair, and your favorite restaurants.

How GetABack Works

GetABack™ lets you achieve effortless, perfect sitting posture all day long,
by providing whole spine support so that car seats and chairs don't hurt your back.

Whole Spine Support

By using individual, removable spacers that can be tailored to your back's unique curvature, GetABack™ is able to provide whole spine support. Optimally balancing the vertebrae above and below your problem area minimizes its stress and resulting pain.

Solid, Wood Base

We use high-quality Baltic Birch wood sourced in the USA for greater flatness and durability over time. Unlike back pillows that lose their shape or back braces that stretch over time, our wood base doesn't change its shape no matter where you sit.
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Easily Customizable

Fill any gaps between the chair and your back with the removable spacers to achieve your ultimate custom contour. No need to readjust for any chair, couch, car or truck seat.

Removable, Padded Cover

Our padded cover provides just enough softness without compromising support. It's easily removable and washable, and features an absorbency layer that rapidly wicks away moisture to help reduce the effects of perspiration.

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Why office workers and drivers love us

Back pain can be debilitating and make it difficult to get through your day, or get your job done, which is why drivers, office workers and anyone who sits for an extended period of time love us. Our spine support system features 68 total thickness spacers that can be adjusted at 15 different locations to easily fit any chair, car, or truck seat.

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Customize your own spinal support

Take the GetABack™ support from car seat to office chair to couch. With so many different ways to adjust the thickness spacers, you can customize your own spinal support.
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Adjusts at 15 different locations

Easily insert or remove thickness spacers along the whole spine at over a dozen locations to find the perfect fit. Simply remove the padded cover and slide the spacers in and out to readjust anytime.
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Plenty of thickness spacers

With 68 full width thickness spacers, you can build the perfect contour with any chair or car seat. Included are (40) 1/4" Flat Spacers, (10) 1/8" Flat Spacers, (10) 1/8" Angled Spacers, and (8) 1/4" Angled Spacers.
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Easily fits any office chair or seat

Get the same perfectly customized fit in every chair, couch and car seat without ever readjusting. It even works in lawn chairs, movie theaters and restaurants.
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Studies show back pain affects up to 80% of people

From back pain to chronic pain, recent studies by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and National Institute of Health (NIH) Pain Consortium show the prevalence of pain in America among young adults and older adults alike.

Chronic pain costs an estimated $560 billion each year

"Chronic pain, one of the most common reasons adults seek medical care (1), has been linked to restrictions in mobility and daily activities (2,3), dependence on opioids (4), anxiety and depression (2), and poor perceived health or reduced quality of life (2,3). Population-based estimates of chronic pain among U.S. adults range from 11% to 40% (5), with considerable population subgroup variation. As a result, the 2016 National Pain Strategy called for more precise prevalence estimates of chronic pain and high-impact chronic pain (i.e., chronic pain that frequently limits life or work activities) to reliably establish the prevalence of chronic pain and aid in the development and implementation of population-wide pain interventions (5). National estimates of high-impact chronic pain can help differentiate persons with limitations in major life domains, including work, social, recreational, and self-care activities from those who maintain normal life activities despite chronic pain, providing a better understanding of the population in need of pain services. To estimate the prevalence of chronic pain and high-impact chronic pain in the United States, CDC analyzed 2016 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) data."

In addition, a majority of clinicians have not been well trained in pain and pain management, with an estimated economic impact of pain from direct medical costs to loss of productive time from $560-$635 billion annually.

See how much a GetABack™ support can help you