Orthopedic Neck Pillow

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  1. BiggieBig

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    I get neck pain about twice a year.

    My bro had the same problem and got a Orthopedic pillow from john lewis
    which wasn't much good eventually he got a professional one from his chiropractor for £35 which did the trick. Some one at work had the same problem and paid £50 for one from his chiropractor :eek: (yeah £50 for a pillow).

    Anyway I want to get one, does any one know where I can purchase one of professional quality online rather then pay premimum rates to a chiropractor.

    Seen a couple on ebay but don't know if they're any good.
     
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    Costco have one for around £25-£30,it's contoured and seems to be latex of some description.
     
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    yeah we got one from there too. It's made of that memory foam that conforms to your neck shape. My daughter uses it and finds it really comfortable.
     
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    I bought one from TK Maxx for £29 a couple of weeks ago (Dunlipillow) but I absolutely hate it, tried it for about half an hour and then couldn't take it anymore, I guess it is an acquired taste!
     
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    Thermofit.
     
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    Just thought I'd add to this string as i too tried the memory foam pillows and found them really awkward (suffer from a bad back and neck).

    I have however just got myself a superb mattress. It's a memory foam mattress made by a Swedish company called ergoflex www.ergoflex.co.uk.

    It's outstandingly comfortable and has sorted by consistent morning back ache out - just wish I'd tried the memory foam style mattresses years ago.

    Jim
     
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