Yes, yes, yes! Our pillows let you connect with your patients, forging a positive relationship that can do wonders for the recovery process.
“I have nothing but great compliments on these pillows. The patients seem to be obsessed with “where is my pillow.” …. The doctors have been asked by all the patients to sign their heart, and the doctors do, in more ways than one. Thank you for helping us heal their hearts with hugs and love.”
More and more women survive the fight. Thanks to earlier detection and better treatment options, she can too. Offer a Breast Cancer support pillow and let her know she’s not alone.
Bariatric patients succeed when they stick with their program. Begin treatment with the caring support of your team, reinforce the message with the Bariatric Support pillow, and everyone celebrates the result. Happy patients and more referrals.
When young children are scared, I comfort them. When anxious, I calm them. My job is to help them feel protected and secure.
Giving baby a healthy start in life isn’t always easy. Shumsky’s Labor and Delivery pillows offer that extra comfort that mom and baby need.
As part of the New Business Development Team with Shumsky Therapeutic Pillows, Rachel is responsible for initiating the sales process by prospecting, understanding business needs, developing proposals and closing sales. Rachel is a graduate of Wright State University with her Bachelor of Arts in Secondary History Education.
Shumsky Therapeutic Pillows is excited to support the Culpeper, VA Big Latch On event by donating their Mother and Baby Pillow as a prize for event attendees. The Culpeper Big Latch On event will take place at Yowell Meadow Park in Culpeper, VA on August 3rd at 10:00 am. The Mother and Baby Pillow from […]
Nearly 30 years ago, Shumsky invented the Shumsky Therapeutic Pillow to provide uniform sternal support, pain reduction, education, and emotional support to recovering heart surgery patients. The Shumsky Therapeutic Pillow solved a problem that surgeons had regarding heart surgery patients and their need for increased sternal support throughout recovery. As we remember the development of […]