The Original McKenzie Cervical Roll

$26.25
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Item #
081174622
Catalog #
6677

Cervical Roll for Improved Sleeping Posture The Original McKenzie Cervical Roll helps reduce neck pain and corrects sleeping posture, allowing you to sleep well and wake up feeling refreshed. Provides medium to firm support to the cervical vertebrae, located in the neck between the skull's base and... more info
  • When you sleep, The Original McKenzie Cervical Roll will help to alleviate your pain while promoting better side and back sleeping habits
  • Indicated for those who suffer from chronic neck and back pain, helping maintain the natural curve of the cervical spine
  • Constructed of low density foam with removable cotton and polyester cover that can be machine washed for multiple uses
  • The latex-free roll can also be tucked under the knees and ankles to enhance a more comfortable sleeping position or help rehabilitate an injury
  • Measuring 19" x 3-1/2" in size, simply place the roll inside your pillow case and move it towards the lower part of the pillow
Details
Brand The Original McKenzie
HCPCS E0190
UNSPSC 42241700
Performance Preferred Yes
Cervical Roll for Improved Sleeping Posture The Original McKenzie Cervical Roll helps reduce neck pain and corrects sleeping posture, allowing you to sleep well and wake up feeling refreshed. Provides medium to firm support to the cervical vertebrae, located in the neck between the skull's base and... more info