I have an unusual problem. Several years ago I had unsuccessful shoulder rotator cuff surgery and could not sleep on a bed. I slept on a recliner for these years. I was getting a lot of low back pain when standing which would go away when I sat down.I now have a hospital bed which I incline a little when I sleep. However, I am still getting the low back pain which still goes away when I sit down. Should I not be lying on that incline, even though it is slight? Please advise. Thank you.

Posted By Elaine Levine on October 29, 2004 at 07:31:22:

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