Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) Knee Pillow
Symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) also called pelvic girdle pain is a condition that causes pain in the pelvis and is thought to affect as many as 1 out of 50 pregnant women.
Do you suffer from hip pain during pregnancy? We bring you the ultimate solution with our best selling Putnam knee pillow. This product is highly recommended by many of our customers as a result of continued product development, attention to detail, superior quality foam and strong customer focus.
- Recommended and used by the NHS.
- British Made.
- 2 year guarantee.
- Comes with removable, washable cover.
Can be used in a multitude of ways including as an abduction knee wedge, to separate knees and prevent hip abduction (following hip arthroplasty). Ideal for post surgery wheelchair users. Helps joints, knee issues, hip problems and the lower back. Helps maintain good posture while you sleep.
Includes adjustable Velcro fixing strap to keep the support in place whilst sleeping.
This knee pillow has been manufactured by us for well over 35 years and is designed to reduce discomfort in the knees and hips via pressure redistribution by spacing the legs wider apart.
This product combines a great shape and design with Putnams reflex foam that will offer long lasting comfort long after it's 2 year warranty.
Our knee pillows are also recommended by doctors for treatment of coccyx pain / coccydynia, sciatica pain, housemaids knee (bursitis) and Osgood - Schlatters disease.
Ideal for back pain when sleeping on your side (see second image) to keep pelvis aligned.
Available in standard and memory foam.
Comes with removable, zipped cover (pictured) which includes velcro adjustable strap to hold product in place during sleep.
As recommended and used by the NHS.
Size : 23cm x 15cm x 9.5cm
If you are looking at this product for medical usage it is possible for us to make it with a waterproof navy fabric, which is machine washable at 95 degrees, conforms to BS7175, Crib 5 (suitable for hospitals and nursing homes). Enquire via email or telephone (email@example.com 01752 345678) trade enquiries and NHS orders welcome.