I’ve changed my mattress and I still have back pain??
One of the constant most common questions with new patients is what mattress is best for the back and back pain.
Simply as firm as comfortable is the answer.
The bigger answer to the question though is a good back + a good mattress = perfect solution.
When we were young healthy and vibrant it didn’t matter where how or what we slept on.
Pain or stiffness at night or in the morning when waking it an extremely common symptom of a progressed bad back, which confuses people.
At night we need to have the ability to relax and rest as well as move with rotation whilst horizontal. Characteristics an unhealthy spine is incapable of.
What is important to realise whilst a better mattress is a positive change it isn’t going to fix the underlying problem that have usually taken years to develop.
Pillows and Positions
A pillow supporting and keeping the neck in a straight neutral position through the length of the night.
Side or back sleeping is advisable whilst trying to avoid front sleeping.
Side sleepers will generally require more pillow height then back sleepers.
Brands Recommended by Chiropractors;
Mayflower Medical for Sleeprrr Pillows
Harley pillows: come in Dulux and standard