Basic Cervical Pillow

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Basic Cervical Pillow Trusted By Chiropractors For Years To Provide Pain Relief & Postural Support For The Cervical Spine. Comes With Cotton/Poly Blend Cover.

Will Fit A Regular Pillow Case. Measures: 15″ by 22″ with 4 and 1/8 & 4 and 5/8 inch lobes

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Basic Cervical Pillow Offers Ergonomic Design For Proper Support, Effective Pain Management & Postural Modification

If you are looking for a basic cervical pillow, without any frills, just a good supportive pillow, this is an inexpensive way to experience the benefits of a properly supportive and comfortable pillow. A time honored contoured pillow using quality therapeutic foam designed to soothe your neck while providing support in a natural posture. Helps improve the posture of your neck and may even help to relieve snoring while sleeping. Promotes alleviation of tension headaches, neck pain and the discomforts of arthritis as well as other ailments.

The pillow uses a smooth precision cut foam that is comforting, yet supportive foam with contours for your neck. The pillow measures a full size: 22 inches wide by 14 and 1/2 inches tall and uses contour lobes of 4 inches on one side and 4 and 5/8 inches on the other side for choices in back and side sleeping or to vary your comfort level. Comes with a cover using 100% cotton/poly blend and is washable. Available in standard and gentle support.

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Simple Design – Quality Materials – No Frills Neck Pillow

The softness of the foam makes this a great first cervical pillow and will accommodate a wide range of sizes, from teens to adults. It is a good pillow and will help with cervical conditions like sprains and strains, early whiplash recovery, neck related headaches and can even help reduce load snoring.

Prefer a firmer pillow, no problem, the firm option gives you a choice for those who require more neck support. Great for larger individuals or those who need rehabilitation for the cervical curve. The basic cervical pillow offers correct alignment of the cervical spine and can help in the restoration of the proper relationship between the head, neck and upper back for reduced muscle tension and a more comfortable night’s sleep.

Initially, our bodies might require some time to adapt to a new pillow for a couple evenings or perhaps a couple of weeks based upon the degree of your certain neck issue. When using the basic pillow regarding back sleeping, begin with utilizing the smaller shape lobe. After this is comfortable you may flip the pillow about and make use of the bigger shape lobe if necessary. You may even start by making use of the contour lobes pointing down. This tends to enable a gradual adjusting of the pillow. Once you are at ease, change the pillow using the contour lobes upward and sleep on the lobe that delivers the most effective support yet still be comfortable.

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Many people really like the simple nature of this pillow. Some will get the gentle support and, some months later, progress to the firm option. The free shipping option allows you to easily get both so it is right there for you when you are ready to progress from an accommodating pillow for initial injury or acute conditions, to a more corrective pillow for chronic conditions and rehab, without having to get used to a differently shaped and sized pillow.

Should I get The Firm or Soft Pillow

In general, for injuries of the cervical spine, or for a first cervical pillow, the gentle version is best. For long standing or chronic cervical spine conditions and general postural correction, the firm is best. However, if you know you like a firmer or softer pillow; choose accordingly.

Additional information

Firmness Level

Gentle Support, Firm Support

Author Bio

Dr. Steve has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant, in Physiological Therapeutics, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy, and specialized further in Myofascial Release Techniques. No longer in active practice, he authors articles for NeckSolutions and works with special products for ALS patients as well as other neuromuscular conditions.