Post Accident Seat For Tail Bone Injury
Last year, 09/10/2017, a car pulled out in front of me which I hit and went over the bars landing on my tailbone. By shear luck, I "slooowly" walked out of the hospital 8 hours later with no more than significant soft tissue damage to my tailbone area. 15 months later and the only time I am in pain is when I ride (2017 RGS). I can only ride for about 30 - 40 minutes without stopping due to pain, which last for several days after a ride.
I am looking for seat recommendations considering the circumstances. I have already tried the following: Stock Seat, Harley Tall Boy Seat, Harley Hammock Seat, Gel-infused Harley Low Profile Touring seat. The Hammock seat was the most comfortable and relieved most the pain...problem is the Hammock seat does not work with my 6'-4" frame (not far enough back). I have spoken with Mustang, Seat Concepts, and Corbin about my situation and all claim they have a seat that may work.
I have read countless forum threads and seat reviews and I know everyone has a seat opinion. What I am asking is, before I drop more money on another seat, does anyone have any thoughts on which seat may work considering my situation. A seat that may distribute my weight in a different way... or maybe an "out of the box" thought.
Unfortunately, I am at the point of considering another style of bike (ie. sport touring or adventure) that has a riding position removing weight from the tail bone. The last thing I want to do is go to a different bike, but after 15 months post accident, countless doctor visits, therapy, and trying different seats, it may be my only option to keep riding without pain.
Any and all thoughts/comments will be appreciated.