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Best bed for lumbar issues? 20 Mar 2018 16:16 #1

Hi Ken,
Your chat window suggested I email you. I am in the market for a new bed. I have lower back pain. (Spondylolosthesis), compressed vertebrae in neck. Average weight and I am in my 60's. I am a stomach sleeper. I've read much of the info on this site and it seems that I need a thin top "comfort" layer, perhaps latex or memory foam, and a firm core of the bed. Does this sound right? I found this site after I had bought a Leesa mattress which is a disaster and I'll be returning it. I wake up with pins and needs in my arms several times a night as it is much too soft. I am on a budget and I see that you offer a bed base on which you can put various toppers. I'm thinking a 3" latex topper. This seems like an affordable and reasonable way to go. Would appreciate any input as to whether I am on the right track or not. (I also emailed you but haven't heard back from you yet so no need to respond to both this post and the email).

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Best bed for lumbar issues? 20 Mar 2018 17:06 #2

You should definitely consider a firm base whether latex, spring or foam. A medium to firm 3" latex top would also be advised depending on your weight. Since the Leesa was too soft I would probably go with the firm latex topper. So yes, you are on the right path. I was gone last week attending the mattress expo in Charlotte so may have missed your email. Thank you for reaching out to me.

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Best bed for lumbar issues? 21 Mar 2018 10:17 #3

Thanks so much! I'm going back on your website to check out what you have.

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Best bed for lumbar issues? 21 Mar 2018 11:53 #4

Great, contact me through the website if you need further help.

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