Category Archives: Health Professionals

Here’s how you can improve your posture

improving posture

No one has perfect posture. Yet there are many things that we can do to improve the way we stand, lie, walk and move in general. This can help improve health and safeguard against pain and serious injury. We take a closer look with the help of our friends at Perfect Balance Clinic. We first […]

An Introduction to posture

introduction to posture

Posture is one of those terms that we often hear people talking about. But do you actually know what posture is all about – and could you tell the difference between good posture and bad posture?  We take a closer look with the help of our friends at Perfect Balance Clinic, the experts in pain […]

The Science of Comfort: Taking sleep seriously

In his second article for The Science of Comfort blog, Mammoth’s Fatigue and Human Performance specialist Dr Jonathan Bloomfield explains why a drastic change in attitude may be necessary for us to get the sleep quality our bodies need. Ok, so it’s now about time we all started taking sleep seriously. Sleep is something we’ve […]

Mammoth Ambassador, Anne Dickins paddles her way to an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list

Anne Dickins

The team at Mammoth are delighted to announce that Olympic and World Paracanoe Champion, Anne Dickins, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. Anne, who is also a Chartered Physiotherapist and mother of two, first took up paracanoe after London 2012. She has been a Mammoth Ambassador since 2014 when […]

Why sleep and comfort are the first line of defence against poor health

better sleep better health

Mammoth’s Human Performance Specialist, Dr Jonathan Bloomfield, investigates how sleep and comfort can have a profound effect on health and wellbeing. Before we can consider how best to improve sleep among the general public, we must first understand the scale and the nature of the problem. Let me put a few statistics in front of […]

Sleep has a place in every health professional’s toolkit

quality sleep

Sports scientist Dr Jonathan Bloomfield will attend his first ER-WCPT show in Liverpool this month as part his role as Human Performance Specialist for Mammoth, the experts in comfort technologies. He explains why he believes that our understanding of sleep is still in its infancy, and that the potential for improvements across the health sector […]

The expert view: How to get a good night’s sleep when you suffer from back pain

back pain

This article on achieving a good night’s sleep was contributed by Chartered Physiotherapist, Matt Donnelly, and was first published by Beds Are Uzzz, Southbourne. Did you know that over 80% of people experience back pain at some point in their life? Back pain is very common and although in most cases it is nothing serious, […]

Practitioner Interview: Perfect Balance Clinic

better sleep

Stephen Makinde is the founder and director of Perfect Balance Clinic. With seven practices across London and St Albans, Stephen and his business partner have become the latest health professionals to promote the benefits of Mammoth mattresses to their patients. Read on to find out why he believes our mattresses are effective in complementing the […]

Practitioner Interview: Rob Artingstall, Salford Red Devils

better sleep

Rob Artingstall is a Consultant Physiotherapist at the Spire Hospital in Manchester and Head Physiotherapist for Salford Red Devils Rugby League.  Rob works both in elite sport treating and rehabilitating professional athletes, and in private clinic, treating members of the public. Working across the health spectrum, he describes his work as varied and interesting. But […]

CSP competition winner doesn’t like to be parted from her Mammoth

Better sleep

Earlier in 2016 Linda Jackson won a Performance Pocket 2000 as part of a magazine competition run by Mammoth.  We caught up with Linda recently to find out how she was enjoying life on her new mattress. She told us her views on being a competition winner, handling the work–sleep balance and missing her Mammoth […]