Cervical Support Pillow


A Multi-Positional Cervical Support Pillow For Back, Side & Stomach Sleeping. One Pillow Specifically Designed For All Sleeping Positions. No More Piling Up Pillows Or Trying To Adjust Your Pillow Every time You Change Positions.

Measures 22 X 15 X Approximately 4 Inches. Foam Is One Piece Molded, Soft – Medium, & Comes With A Custom Fitted Zippered Cover. The Fiber Does Not Come With A Cover & A Standard Large Cover Can Be Used.

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Cervical Support Pillow Provides Comfortable Sleeping In Any Position Including Stomach

The cervical support pillow has a functional design that permits you to sleep in the back and side, with the addition of an option for the stomach sleeping position. This is one of our most versatile pillow designs ever. It is available in either foam for extra support or fiber fill for extra comfort, loft and coolness. This is a complete support pillow for the cervical spine.

In general, sleeping on your stomach is not recommended, because it places abnormal torsion stress on the neck due to extreme head rotation and can also affect the shoulders, ribs, upper back, lower back, jaw and internal organs. Many people find that upon waking up on their stomach, they have a stiff neck and sometimes headaches.


The pillow measures 22 by 15 by approximately 4 inches. The down like feel of the cooling fiber fill comes without a custom fitted zippered cover, and the foam version is a one piece molded, soft to medium foam that comes with the custom fitted zippered cover. The fiber version uses high grade, very soft, polyfiber that does not clump and is hand stuffed to exacting specifications inside a hand sewn and sanitary poly/cotton white casing.

foam and fiber loft

The fiber version is more fluffy, while the foam is more uniform and flat. Smaller framed individuals will do well with the foam, while larger framed individuals do better with the fiber. So, in general, average size will use either foam or fiber. Smaller – foam, larger – fiber. There is not a huge difference, but this is a good guide. The foam fits loose in the cover and the fiber will fit in a standard type cover if needed. Replace or clean the fiber fill cover with patience and caution for shrinkage. Both are very soft, comfortable and supportive, for back, side and stomach sleeping.

Can I Use The Fitted Cover On The Fiber?

The custom cover will fit on the fiber, however, it is not easy to put on and fits very tight. Care must be taken not to rip the cover, especially at the zipper. So with some care and effort, it will work, however, we will not be responsible for a cover that gets torn with a fiber pillow, as it is not recommended.

Unique Cervical Support

For extra support, bring the lower sections of the wings above your shoulders when back sleeping and the cervical support pillow will hug your neck, offering an extra measure of support, comfort and head stabilization. The side wings allow comfortable support for side sleeping with room for the shoulders to avoid compression of joints and discs. If you prefer stomach sleeping, the side wings can be used to provide support and room to breathe without the rotation using a normal pillow, which can cause neck pain issues over time.

cervical support pillow

This is one of the very few pillows recommended as a stomach sleeper pillow. It is the only cervical pillow that provides distinct support for the neck in all three sleeping positions. It uses an orthopedic design to prevent shearing forces in the neck, a common source of irritation to the joints. It has a unique lower cervical spine section for full support of the seven bones (vertebrae) that make up the cervical spine.

It is common for individuals to experience pain in the neck, shoulders and back due to poor posture due to leaning over a desk for long periods or other occupations requiring extended use of computers, lifting, driving and other common sources of poor posture and strain. Being at the bottom of the neck, the seventh cervical spine bone can be placed under a lot of stress as the head is bent in different directions. It forms the base of the cervical spine, and our cervical support pillow places more importance to this area with our special lower cervical support section for back sleeping.

There are some people who can only sleep on their stomach and I often get questions regarding the best pillow for stomach sleeping. Fortunately, there is a good stomach sleeper pillow for those who can only sleep or get to sleep on their stomach. This cervical suport pillow is a multi-position cervical support pillow that is designed for back, side as well as stomach sleeping.

The unique design uses the head cut out portion and the inside of the side wings to maintain the best position for stomach sleeping. This position maximizes air flow and keeps head rotation to a minimum. Instead of maximally rotating the head, which stresses the muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints; with this pillow, you can keep the head within the normal physiological range of motion of the cervical spine, minimizing stress on pain sensitive structure, while maintaining the stomach sleeping position.

The ergonomic design allows comfortable positioning for stomach sleeping, while also allowing side and back sleeping. This is great for those who need to fall asleep on their stomachs, but change positions during the night to back or side sleeping. It also gets you in the habit of monitoring your position as you sleep, as well as when changing positions.

cervical support pillow

Cervical Support Pillow Details:

winged pillow details


It is a full support pillow for back, side and stomach sleeping. This means you can use one pillow that is specifically designed for all sleeping positions, instead of piling up pillows or trying to manipulate the pillow to accommodate changing positions.

With a conventional pillow, elevated head and neck positioning results in bad spinal alignment. Spending so much time in bed, this can cause bulged discs which result in nerve inflammation and muscles spasms, producing typical morning neck pain and stiffness as well as headaches.

Using the pillow promotes a naturally supported head and neck sleeping position, easing muscles tension and permitting better spinal alignment to help keep nerves and joints free of shearing stress and irritation.

The can be used in your favorite lounge chair, sofa and even your car as a passenger. Just flip up the lower cervical support wings to keep your head more stable, comfortable and your body in line.

multi-functional neck support


Simply place the cervical support pillow at the head of the bed with the lower cervical support section tip pointed towards the foot of the bed. When back sleeping, the head is placed in the head cut out section, allowing the neck to rest comfortably on the cervical roll. This helps to keep airways open and minimized loud snoring in many individuals. For extra support and comfort, flip the lower wing ends from underneath to the front of the shoulders and the pillow will hug your neck.

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Pillow Selection

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Author Bio

Stephen Ornstein, D.C. has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Sherman Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant from New York Chiropractic College, Physiological Therapeutics from National Chiropractic College, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy from Dr. Hanne Albert, PT., MPH., Ph.D., Myofascial Release Techniques from Logan Chiropractic College, and learned Active Release Technique from the founder, P. Michael Leahy, DC, ART, CCSP.