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Have you ever wondered what is a cervical pillow?

Cervical Pillow Uses

Natural placement of the head and neck, accomplished with the many different styles and shapes of Core cervical pillows, can help relieve intense pain by providing natural and correct posturing in supine (back) and side-sleeping positions. Cervical support pillows are used when a cervical hypolordosis (less than normal curvature of the spine) exists, to prevent hypolordosis, or when cervical spasms or strains occur.  These pillows are orthotic devices (apparatus used to align or support) used to help relieve spasms, remove minor tensions and maintain or resume the natural cervical lordotic curve while at rest. By providing proper neck support, cervical pillows can help with:
  • Neck muscle and joint strains and sprains
  • Tension headaches
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Morning hand stiffness and swelling
  • Temporomandibular disorders
  • Stiffness
  • Snoring  (in some cases)

Therapeutic Types Of Pillows:

1.   Accommodate/Displacement Pillows:  Helps relieve pain or discomfort by conforming to and stabilizing an existing condition. Relieves pain or discomfort by conforming to and stabilizing a new or existing injury or condition. Provides comfort, but does little to correct the condition. Typically for short-term use.  When a neck injury or condition is acute (serious or to an intense degree, like whiplash or a significa