Cervical Support in a Pillow

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Cervical Support in a Pillow

Postby duvall77 » Mon Oct 25, 2010 2:53 pm

I am in need of a new pillow, trying to research one on-line is a nightmare. My current memory foam pillow with cervical support has been nice, but very costly to replace. What do others use? Anyone know anything about the 'arc4life' pillows?
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- Idiopathic SM C5-6; Cervical radiculitis; Cervical stenosis; DDD; Burning mouth syndrom; Neuropathic burning (right) hand/arm without formal dx; [born at 26-week gestation]
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Re: Cervical Support in a Pillow

Postby razzle » Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:43 am

hey duvall long time no see. i cant help you with a pillow but try putting the word pillow in the search box , there are 304 matches . maybe you can find help there .Roz
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Re: Cervical Support in a Pillow

Postby duvall77 » Tue Oct 26, 2010 6:22 pm

thanks I'll try that, increasing symptoms between the weather cooling and the current poor pillow. Sleeping poorly again as well.
Thomas (NW Florida)
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Re: Cervical Support in a Pillow

Postby lynncarroll » Thu May 19, 2011 12:56 pm

I came across a website by a fellow Chiarian that has developed a Chiari Pillow. check it out...chiaripillow.com
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