Due to COVID-19 and recommendations from the CDC,
patients will be seen for urgent and acute visits, by appointment only.
Please email or send a message through the website for an appointment time.

 Thank you for understanding while we try to navigate through this difficult time.
We will be updating the website with any changes.

There will be no drop in visits at this time.

To protect the safety of our patients, staff and the community
please only come into the office if you have an appointment scheduled.

A Good Mattress

image of people laying on a mattress.

Most people spend approximately one-third of their entire life lying in bed. The quality of your mattress can make a huge difference between waking up feeling refreshed and waking up in pain. In fact, old worn-out mattresses are an extremely common contributor to chronic back and neck pain. Good health and sleep are closely linked. Just as we improve our eating habits for better health, we should also improve our sleep habits. Good sleep not only reduces back problems, it also helps to prepare us for a more productive day. If you think that your mattress may be past its prime, here are some tips to help you select the right mattress for you:

• There is no single mattress that works well for all people. Look for a mattress that is adjustable in firmness and support for you.

• Find a mattress that has proper support for good sleep posture. Good sleep posture is nearly the same as good standing posture, with the ear, shoulder, hip and ankle all in alignment. This will require different levels of support for different parts of the body.

• Mattress firmness and support are not the same. Mattress firmness describes comfort and conformability. Look for a mattress that is comfortable.

• Look for a mattress that manages temperature and moisture.