Pillo Pedic Pillows

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Pillo Pedic pillows have a 4 way design with a combination of foam and fiber for acute injuries to chronic conditions and rehabilitation. Well established by Chiropractors for years!

Junior: (23×15.5×2.8/3.8): for children and small-framed adults under 110 pounds | Standard/Ultra: (23×15.5×4.25) for average adults | Extra: (23×15.5×5) for larger adults | Mini Traveler: (13×15.5×4.25)

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The Pillo Pedic is versatile pillow with four way design that provides a therapeutic edge for any size, age, or body type.

Each Pillo Pedic has a firm narrow and wide therapeutic edge and a soft and medium center giving you four support options for a variety of firmness levels in one pillow.

Available in Junior: (23″ x 15.5 x 2.8″/ 3.8): for children and small-framed adults under 110 pounds | Standard: (23″ x 15.5″ x 4.25″) for average adults | Extra: (23″ x 15.5″ x 5″) for larger adults over 180 pounds. Now, the standard is the one I use and I am 6′, 185 lbs. So, keep in mind the neck height is 5 inches.

The Ultra is (23″ x 15.5″ x 4.25″) and uses memory foam adaptive edges for a faster break in period.

The Mini Traveler Pillow is (13″ x 15.5″ x 4.25″)

There is a break in period with the foam, it will soften.

The pillow offers some unique features: The soft fiber center is both comfortable and cooling. It is very soft on the jaw for those suffering from tmj pain as well as allows air flow for those with ear problems. The foam edges and base allows multiple positioning. This can help you gradually get used to a cervical pillow and accommodate different levels of neck spasm. With spasm of the neck muscles from injury or loss of the natural curve of the cervical spine, a gradual use towards the normal ergonomic positioning may be beneficial.

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Of course, many will initially find the pillow comfortable using the narrow foam edge with the soft fiber center. But, let’s say you are in a lot of pain from a whiplash injury or have been using poor pillows for years and have chronic pain issues. You can start out with the bracing effect of the first position, using the wide, firm edge with the medium center. This allows for swelling and the most stabilizing effect.

After a few nights, you can move to position number 2, with the narrower edge and medium center. This allows for a gradual increase in the curve after an initial period of bracing, and this position may be used for a few weeks to help achieve balance.

The next step would be position number 3 with the wide firmer edge, along with the soft center. This begins the process of normalization and prepares the neck for the final stage. After a week or so, move to the last position, number 4 for the most comforting posture using the narrow edge with the soft center. This is the most plush and comforting, allowing long term rehabilitation and comfort.

The Pillo Pedic Pillows have been used for years by Chiropractors and are well established cervical pillows. The combination of foam and fiber has provided a unique approach to managing neck pain conditions from initial injury through rehabilitation, as well as chronic neck problems.

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This is a great uniform surface pillow for use in combination strategies. I have used the Ultra for years. The cooling properties of the fiber center and sturdy support for the cervical spine is both comfortable and therapeutic. I wish they made all sizes with the memory foam edge, however, the regular foam edge does break in well and the pillow should last for many years.

The four way design provides a strategy the management of acute injury and chronic conditions as well as transitioning through stages of recovery or flare-ups. If you are not sure, ask your Chiropractor for a recommendation!

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Junior, Standard, Extra, Mini Traveler, Ultra

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.