DOCTORS RECOMMEND THE USE OF KYMDAN MATTRESSES
Nguyen Khanh Du. Former Deputy Director of Cho Ray Hospital
Dr. Nguyen Khanh Du
Former Deputy Director of Cho Ray Hospital
Chairman of HoChiMinh city Association of chest – heart surgeons.
Steering Committee member for the Vietnamese Association of Surgeons Consultant
for the HoChiMinh city Association of Cardiologists
Good Socialist Vietnamese physician.
Kymdan mattresses are recomended by doctors
Selecting a quality mattress is essential for a
good night sleep and your general health overall, especially for your spine.
Not every consumer understands this concept. If you choose a mattress which
is too soft, it could damage your spine which could in turn lead to further
spinal problems. Similarly, rigid mattresses without any
resilience will not provide a good or comfortable sleep either.
This is why manufacturers go to great efforts in
producing mattresses with good resilience and the correct firmness in order to
support your spine. As a specialist in this field, I recommend patients
suffering from bone tuberculosis, spine deterioration, lower back pain,
post-operative trauma or children with polio from birth etc, to use Kymdan
mattresses because this product helps to resolve all of the
Keeping your spine well developed is a good way
to promote better health
“Many consumers who use Kymdan mattresses at home report back pain and sleep problems during their business trips, vacations, etc. while staying in hotels equipped with mattresses other than Kymdan mattresses. Why?”
To avoid back pain and negative impact on the spinal area during daily living, working, and resting activities, it is important to maintain
the three natural physiological curves of the spine (see the scientific article of Ngo Minh Ly, M.D., PhD, Head of Spine Ward A, Hospital for Traumatology and Orthopaedics, Ho Chi Minh City).
In addition to ensuring proper physical movement such as sitting, walking, standing or working, sleeping and resting are also particularly important in maintaining three natural physiological curves of the spine. Sleeping and resting account for one third of the total time per day, so it is very important to choose mattresses with appropriate firmness.
Through my experience working with and consulting with patients having spinal conditions, I understand that KYMDAN mattresses give appropriate treatment support for patients with spinal problems. KYMDAN mattresses also help protect and maintain the three natural physiological curves in spines of users who have no spinal problems. KYMDAN mattresses effectively support body weight and maintain the three natural physiological curves of the spine, which may be why users of KYMDAN mattresses avoid back pain related to sleeping and may be why people accustomed to good elasticity and optimal firmness are prone to back pain and insomnia if they use mattresses that lack appropriate support.
To avoid such spinal problems, people used to KYMDAN mattresses should choose hotels or accommodations that offer KYMDAN mattresses.
(Scientific Article of Ngo Minh Ly, M.D., PhD. - Head of Spine Ward A, Hospital for Traumatology and Orthopaedics, Ho Chi Minh City)
Specialist in Sports & Spinal Clinic in Australia
Dr. Rodney Rowe
Add: East St Kilda Sports & Spinal Clinic
298 Dandenong Road
East St Kilda, Victoria 3183
Kymdan mattresses are recomended by doctors
Osteopaths throughout the world recommend Kymdan
100% natural latex mattresses because they have been clinically
proven to provide truly effective orthopaedic support.
Natural latex is firm, yet elastic, with the ability to naturally conform to
body shape-alleviating the areas of high pressure by providing orthopaedic
support throughout the night.
Oteopaths recognise that Kymdan latex mattresses have the ability to achieve and
maintain proper posture during sleep, helping to relieve pain in the back,
spine and neck-and promoting a good night's sleep.
Melbourne Osteopath, Dr. Rodney Rowe, recommends
Kymdan latex mattresses to his patients . Dr. Rowe believes that natural latex mattresses have many advantages over
traditional mattresses because they offer the optimal level of support that's
required, combined with softness and comfort.
Mattresses need to provide an environment in which the skeletal system is fully
supported, whilst maintaining correct postural alignment-but this needs to be
achieved with comfort. Latex provides the ideal solution, as it's a cushioning
surface in itself; when combined with ventilation holes, this adds softness to
the support, to accommodate the sleeper-whatever the position.
Research overseas suggests that around 28% of all patient visits to GPs involve
some form of back-or neck-related pain and they often receive advice from GPs
that they should purchase a hard mattress. However, this isn't the total
solution. Hard, or very firm beds do offer support, but they don't take into
account the pressure this places on the body's soft surface tissue, bones and
joints-and even muscles. In reality, this "compression" can actually lead to
discomfort and the prevention of quality sleep.
The way that natural latex mattresses disperse and distribute body weight during
sleep removes the pressure from bony prominences (mainly shoulders, hips, knees
and ankles) and allows the musculo-skeletal system to relax. By providing an
environment which is comfortable and cosy yet supportive, latex mattresses can
genuinely help to provide sleep which is both remedial and refreshing.