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The Original McKenzie® Night Roll

The Original McKenzie® Night Roll. Perfect support while sleeping or resting.

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® Night Roll while sleeping or resting. The Night Roll ties comfortably around your waist or can be pinned to the bedsheets, to support your lower back and prevent strain that can be caused by unfavourable sleeping positions or inadequate sleep surfaces.
A removable washable cover is included.

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)

Specs

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.

$45.00

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

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  1. Megan Hughes

    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.

  2. Hugh Murray

    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.

  3. Denise

    I use a night roll myself due to chronic back issues. If I don’t use it at night, I can barely get out of bed in the morning. I recommend it for all of my patients who experience night pain or pain in the morning. The roll works nicely to support the natural lumbar curve of the lumbar spine in supine or when lying on your side. The tie in the front allows you to sleep on your belly too. I personally move all night long and the roll works well in all positions.

  4. Joe Stennett

    Trying to sleep became a torture, I only got in a couple hours between Ibuprofen tablets. This roll immediately eliminated the problem. I had tried various pads and rolled towels, but they did not help much. The roll is not perfect. I am at the upper limit of the waist size and I find it difficult to secure properly. I added a set of parachute fasteners and that worked better than tying a bow knot. In my case I have stopped tying the roll. I just lay it across the bed and hope I will not roll off during the night. That usually works and, when I do roll off, I usually wake enough to get back on before pain starts.

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