Hi Hon, I think most of us deal with this to some degree. Sooo smart to use a neck pillow and cervical collar! I STILL wear a soft cervical collar at night-time (although I haven’t needed a hard collar during the day since the Diamox kicked in! Yeah!). I know of one patient/friend who had to have his tail bone pushed back into place (yes, it hurt to have it put back, but it was instant relief for him). I use a special pillow on airplanes or long car rides that keeps me from putting pressure on my tail bone. My son got it for me—it os a bendable long tube-like pillow, and I bend it into a U-shape, with the top of the U toward my tail bone. Can you picture that? Another simple thing to do is to sit on an exercise ball instead of a chair! I’ve done this for years. Now, I’m not saying it is EASY (ha), but it constantly works your core muscles, and back muscles to help. I was always a huge exercise fiend and worked on my posture daily—until I tore a rotator cuff. Yikes. But instead of lying on my side (encouraging my shoulders to curl forward), I always sleep on my back, elevated. HUGE help! Will you be sure to check you “free testosterone” periodically, too? If that gets low, we can lose (even more) muscle tone. I hope this helps!