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Do you find that you often toss and turn at night trying to get comfortable? Did you know your mattress could be to blame? A traditional mattress can often aggravate a bad back or make existing problems worse. Fear not though. A better nights sleep could be achieved with the simple use of an Orthopaedic Mattress. Here’s how:

Increased support

Orthopaedic MattressOrthopaedic mattresses are designed to mold around the contours of your body, shaping around the key areas that need support including your neck, back and hips.



Reduced aches and pains

Orthopaedic Mattress

By providing you with the correct support an Orthopaedic Mattress distributes your body weight evenly. This reduces pressure points offering temporary positional relief from your aches and pains.

Better sleep

Orthopaedic MattressAn Orthopaedic Mattress can offer those who suffer from backache, aching joints and arthritic pain a better nights sleep. Improving positional comfort can lead to a more satisfying night’s sleep as you are not woken in the night with discomforts.



Orthopaedic Mattress

Orthopaedic mattresses are firmer than normal mattresses. A firm mattress is essential to support your spine.  If your mattress is not firm enough the middle part of your body will sink into your mattress, meaning your spine is in an incorrect position,  often leading to back pain.

Choosing the right Orthopaedic Mattress for you

A bed from the Willowbrook Adjustable Bed range has orthopaedic benefits and offers support to all the key pressure points, helping to provide positional relief . Both our Sensapaedic® mattress and the Pocket Comfort mattress offer orthopaedic benefits:

Sensapaedic® Mattress

Responding independently to your weight and movement, The Sensapaedic® mattress offers pure comfort and is one of our customers favourites. Find out more here

Pocket Comfort Mattress

The Pocket Comfort Mattress has a parallel spring formation in the head and foot section which  provides support to the areas that need it most. Find out more here


To find out more information, call us today on 0800 854 330. Alternatively you can request a free, colour brochure by clicking here