Do sports stars suffer from neck and back pain too? With all the fine-tuned conditioning, I would have thought that pro athletes would be immune to such injuries . So imagine my surprise reading that Peyton Manning, superstar quaterback for the Indianapolis Colts recently had neck surgery after FOUR YEARS of lingering neck pain!

Sure, all athletes are prone to sports injury, including Peyton Manning who has 300-pound linemen charging after him on a regular basis. But it could be his time lying in bed — and not the turf — that almost put him in a neck brace.

We spend one-third of our lives in bed. And most of this time is spent tossing and turning, trying to find a comfortable way to relax the neck and get a good night’s sleep. Recent studies show the tremendous effect a pillow can have on achieving a full night’s rest and relief from back/neck stiffness and soreness.

Recovering from a sports injury will likely be faster when using a pillow that truly supports your body.  That’s exactly why I developed the PILLO1 cervical pillow, scientifically-designed to speed up healing after sports injury. In my 29 years of chiropractic pratice, I’ve helped pro atheletes recover from significant sports injury, and PILLO1 neck pillow  is the keystone of this healing regimen.

My luxury foam neck pillow may not get you throwing 80-yard passes like Peyton Manning, but the results are nothing short of ground-breaking and legendary!

About PILLO1: Made in America, PILLO1 is a premium, hand-crafted cervical pillow designed to give you a full night’s rest and support perfect spinal alignment. Created for both back and side sleepers, PILLO1 is the most eco-friendly cervical pillow on the market made of non-toxic hypoallergenic latex foam.

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Dr. Hall
Dr. Ray Hall

Dr. Raymond Hall, the renowned DC, inventor, author, lecturer, television personality and sleep expert who has been honored by the International Association of Healthcare Providers as the "TOP CHIROPRACTOR IN CALIFORNIA" for 2015, 2016 and 2017. Dr Hall currently practices at Pacific Coast Sports Medicine in West Los Angeles and lives in Malibu, CA.