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A 32-year-old male asked:

friend says bed frame that is very low is bad for back as it is harder to sit up or get out of bed compared to higher bed. is that true?

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Dr. Robert Wallach
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 21 years experience
NO: There is no better or worse bed frame or matttress. It's all individual. Use what works for you

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