A Selection of Orthopaedic Pillows

Types of pillows?

There are literally hundreds of different types, sizes, shapes, and fillings of pillows. What individuals need often relates to their particular body size and shape, and in which position they sleep. Any spinal condition that they may have, and of course, individual choice, also play a part. For free advice on the particular pillow best suited to your needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Sissel memory foam pillow Sissel memory foam pillow

Memory Foam

Memory foam was used by NASA in the 1970s as an ultra high density support to protect astronauts from excessive G-forces in space. Memory foam pillows can provide outstanding support to keep your neck and upper spine resting in their natural positions.

One advantage of memory foam is that it tends to be hypoallergenic, making it great for allergy sufferers.

At 'Back in Brighton' I stock various types and sizes of memory foam pillows, including travel and 'C' shaped pillows for extra support to the neck.

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Harley Memory Foam Orthopaedic Pillow Harley Designer Memory Foam Pillows

Harley Designer Memory Foam pillows

Harley Designer Memory Foam pillows are one of the UK's top selling professional orthopaedic pillow. They combine the advantages of memory foam with a neck bar, which may provide additional support when sleeping. They are anatomically shaped to support the spine whether you sleep on your side or back. They come in various sizes and types to suit the individual.

  • Anatomically shaped
  • Dissipates heat for extra comfort
  • Hand washable non allergenic
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Sissel Memory Foam Pillows Sissel Memory Foam Pillows

Sissel Memory Foam Pillows

All SISSEL® orthopaedic pillows feature a substantial support to the lower cervical spinal column. As a result the entire shoulder and neck region are well-supported. Due to its unique angle, the pillow fits in between the shoulder and cervical spinal column, filling the space between, supporting the neck and gently leading the spinal column into the anatomically correct position.

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