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The Original McKenzie® Back Support Night Roll

Back Pillow For Sleeping

The Original McKenzie® Back Support Night Roll is the perfect pillow for back pain. Be supported while you sleep or rest.

If you suffer from lower back pain when lying down, or if your back is worse when you wake up, you should use an Original McKenzie® Back Support Night Roll. The Night Roll ties comfortably around your waist or can be pinned to the bedsheets to support your lower back and prevent strain that unfavourable sleeping positions or inadequate sleep surfaces can cause.

Suited For

People who suffer from lower back pain, particularly when lying down, or upon waking up. Waists measuring 80 – 95 cm (M) or 95 – 110 cm (L)


MEDIUM 90cm Night Roll = 900mm (length) x 100mm (diameter)
LARGE 105cm Night Roll = 1050mm (length) x 100mm (diameter)
Foam: Polyurethane open cell flexible foam
Density: Medium
Cover: White cotton
Straps: Medium = Tie. Large = Tie or Velcro

IMPORTANT: due to hygiene reasons used Rolls are non-returnable.


Please go to our ‘Which Roll Is For Me’ Page to help you make a decision in choosing the right roll for you.

7 reviews for The Original McKenzie® Back Support Night Roll

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  1. Very helpful and kind service – excellent delivery and products

  2. This roll seems a bit big for me 90 cm but is helping I think in giving support to my back thanks

  3. I have a herniated lumbar disc that has been acutely bothering me lately, so I thought I would give this a try in addition to performing the McKenzie Method stretches. I also purchased new McKenzie lumbar rolls for my car and work chair (I used to just use rolled up towels). While the lumbar rolls definitely help, I have noticed no difference in the pain when I wake up after using the night roll. I woke up stiff. I ordinarily sleep on my back with a pillow under my knees, and sometimes with a cold pack under my lower back. I think I will just continue to use those things and do my stretches.

  4. Great Tool. This allows the patient with the difficult / unstable derangement to sleep. We must remember that if you fix the day first with posture correction / supportive roll and reductive movements then there may not be the need for the night roll. The Night Roll Works and is great for the back problem that frequently wakes you.

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