Tri-Core Cervical Pillow, according to Core Products International, is the most requested fiber support pillow because it delivers softer support and lasts longer than traditional pillows.
Featuring a trapezoid-shaped center, this pillow offers amazing orthopedic benefits: gentle, yet firm cervical support. To deliver this unparalleled support, this tri-core pillow offers two differently sized lobes that provide a better fit for different sleeping positions.
In addition to varying lobes, the Tri-Core Cervical Pillow features high resiliency fiber springs for exceptional comfort and durability. You can choose this pillow in "firm" or "gentle" support. The firm model is standard and the gentle offers slightly less fiber and height.
If you are new to a cervical support pillow, it may take time to assimilate, as this pillow's function is to help restore proper cervical curvature during sleep.
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Tri-Core Cervical Pillow Features and Benefits
- Available in firm or gentle support.
- Delivers amazing orthopedic benefits.
- Differently sized lobes for varying sleep positions.
- High resiliency fiber springs.
- Helps to restore proper cervical curvature during sleep.
Tri-Core Cervical Pillow Specifications
- Product Numbers: FIB200 and FIB220.
- Color: White.
- Length: 24 inches.
- Width: 16 inches.
- Application: To support the neck and shoulders, while helping to alleviate headaches.
- Manufacturer: Core Products International.
- HCPCS Code: E0190.
Note: The difference between standard support (firm) and gentle is subtle. The gentle support option contains less fiber, which slightly reduce the height and firmness of the pillow.
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It is a creative design feature that you can turn the pillow sideways and use it to sleep on your side. A problem for me with this has been that sometimes I have fallen asleep (knowingly) on my side and then woke up about 2 hours later finding that I turned to my back in my sleep without turning the pillow 90 degrees. Invariably, my neck hurts considerably when this happens. Therefore, I have learned the hard way that sleeping on my side with this pillow is not a good option.