Back2Sleep is the first orthopaedic brace of its kind designed specifically for sleep to help chronic back pain sufferers receive the sleep they need to heal faster and more comfortably!
NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 29, 2015
Curative Orthopaedics, a designer of comfortable orthopaedic garments for nighttime use, is now taking pre-orders for its Back2Sleep™ brace online at CurePedic.com with the product shipping in early May 2016.
Back2Sleep is a non-invasive therapeutic garment designed to ease nighttime back pain by combining techniques of acupressure, compression and thermotherapy. Available in sizes for both men and women, Back2Sleep is an ideal solution for chronic back pain sufferers who find difficulty achieving a restful night’s sleep.
“After suffering a spinal injury at a young age, I understand, first-hand, the need for healthy, non-invasive solutions for nighttime back pain,” said Samantha Simmons, CEO and Founder of Curative Orthopaedics.
Samantha soon found that she was not alone in her journey to find remedies for her nighttime back pain. More than 20 million Americans suffer from chronic back pain , and it is estimated that 50% of those with chronic back pain experience trouble sleeping at night . As lack of sleep represents a significant detriment to the healing process, Curative Orthopaedics' revolutionary brace focuses specifically on sleep. By helping individuals sleep better, Back2Sleep allows for a speedier recovery and improved pain management.
Customers can begin pre-ordering Back2Sleep immediately by visiting CurePedic.com. A special 15% discount will be available for all pre-orders now through April 2016, with additional discounts applied for bulk orders. Back2Sleep is expected to ship by early May 2016. Each unit will cost $225, excluding shipping costs, taxes, and applicable discounts.
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