About The Knightsbridge Pillow®
- Unique anatomical contour with new polymer heat dissipating visco-elastic foam.
- Precise neck support for all neck sizes due to the biconcave variable contour pillow edge.
- Ultimate comfort from the hermetically sealed luxury white duck down topper, with airtex breathable mesh sides.
- Create the perfect pillow height with three 2cm varying height adjusters from 8cm through to 14cm ensuring correct spine and neck alignment.
- Optional luxurious 100% cotton pillow case with a soft sateen finish and 400 thread count.
We’re passionate about providing a great night’s sleep. In conjunction with a team of highly experienced Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and Osteopaths, we have designed The Knightsbridge Pillow® which combines advanced anatomical support with the luxurious sensation of sleeping on a traditional goose down pillow.
A relaxed and healthy sleep requires correct support. The right pillow will ensure your posture is correct by aligning your neck, shoulders and spine. The result? Back problems and joint pain are reduced, future niggles or strains are prevented and your sleep will be more comfortable than ever before.
We advocate a bespoke approach rather than a ‘one size fits all’ philosophy. The unique Knightsbridge Pillow is height adjustable from 8cm to 14cm providing different levels of support depending on the width of your shoulders while the patented biconcave neck support is designed to cushion a variety of neck sizes. Constructed from an innovative visco elastic heat dissipating foam The Knightsbridge Pillow® consistently holds its shape unlike traditional memory foam, which deforms over time and becomes less supportive.
The revolutionary Knightsbridge Pillow still looks and feels as luxurious as a traditional down pillow. The unique white duck down topper and the optional 400 thread count luxury cotton pillowcase ensures that The Knightsbridge Pillow® combines unrivalled comfort with world class levels of anatomical support. The Knightsbridge Pillow is available in medium or firm depending on your personal preference.
It’s sleep – only better.
The Research and Development Team
Dominic Cheetham – Doctor of Chiropractic
Dominic qualified from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 1989 and partnered a London practice until 1993. He started his own practice in 1995 in Knightsbridge, Sloane Street Chiropractors which has now grown to become the practice of choice for a discerning client base including royalty, film stars and professional sportsmen.
Dominic is a full member of the General Chiropractic Council, the College of Chiropractors and the British Chiropractic Association.
He is also a professional member of the National Back Pain Association. He was elected an Examiner for the General Chiropractic Council in 2000.
In June 2001 Dominic opened the Wilbraham Place Practice, now a well established multi-disciplinary medical practice minutes from London’s Sloane Square and has integrated his practice with many of London’s leading specialists in their respective fields.
Richard Misselbrook BSc (Hons) MCSP SRP
Richard graduated as a Physiotherapist from Brunel University in 1999, prior to that he completed a degree in Sports Science. Richard has attained a valuable five years experience working in London university teaching hospitals, after which he specialised in neuro-musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He is an accomplished physiotherapist who in his career has worked with, amongst others, athletes, footballers and ballet dancers. He is a trained Pilates Instructor and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
He is also registered with the Health Professions Council.
Andre Stout – Doctor of Osteopathy
Andre Stout qualified as an Osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy in 2001, after an earlier career in industry. Andre then completed a Masters of Osteopathy at the University of Western Sydney in Australia. At this time he also ran a multi-disciplinary healthcare clinic in Thirroul, New South Wales, with his wife, Alison. Andre moved back to the UK in 2004 and has been working independently since then. He joined the Courtyard Clinic team in September 2010.