Memory foam; orthopedic pillow by SISSEL®

At Spinal Joint, we recommend Sissel pillows who have been supplying high quality orthopedic pillows to health care professionals and the public for over 20 years. Products that can be purchased at the clinic are the Soft Plus Orthopedic Pillows £65 (RRP £79.95) . A range of pillows made from a memory foam which is molded from visco elastic foam, different to other memory foam pillows by remaining soft at all temperatures. This is the ideal pillow for patients with sensitive necks

Through both personal use and the feedback of patients who have used them. The 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. The pillow can be reduced in size for someone with narrower shoulders

SISSEL® orthopedic soft plus pillows, are manufactured from polyurethane foam, which has a high support capacity. The Deluxe is 15cm wider than the Classic, adjustable in height, by adding or removing the Vario Pad, 2cm in height. Size: 47cm x 33cm x 11/14cm. The pillow is differently shaped from "normal" pillows and will take anywhere from 2-14 nights for your body to adjust to them, your body will adapt and your nights, and mornings will start to become more comfortable.




Sissel Bambini Orthopaedic Pillow £44 (RRP 49.95)

Sissel orthopedic pillows are manufactured from visco elastic foam, a very smooth material, which responds to body weight and temperature and are ideal for growing children.

• Establish and maintain a proper posture at an early age. 
• For children four years old and over. 
• Helps to achieve a peaceful sleep.
• Colourful pillow case, machine washable at 40°C.
• Pillow core, hand wash only.
• Size: 35cm x 25cm x 9cm.

This extra support places the spinal column in a more anatomically correct position, which then allows relaxation of the muscles that would normally be working to support the neck, and the child wakes up with less tension through, back, shoulders and neck.