Julia of Albuquerque, writes:
My husband is 6'4", 250lbs and a side, sometimes back sleeper. I am 5'8" 140 with moderate scoliosis and also a side sleeper. We purchased a sealy trueform gracehill harbour two weeks ago (returnable). He LOVES this mattress as he now can sleep with no pain on his hip and shoulders. I wake up with awful neck, hip AND back pain every morning since we've had this new mattress. Should we look at a sealy spring free, a s&f, or a sealy reserve with some kind of topper? Your input is appreciated!!
Julia. While better in lots of ways, latex provides contouring support...like the memory foam. Individually pocketed coils do also. Your neck problems are better addressed with the right pillow...which, unfortunately, an ordeal of trial and error.
The Posturepedic Reserve with a soft latex topper will provide a soft, comfortable surface feel, butmaintain the firmer underlying support needed for most with scoliosis.