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Cervical Neck


Cervical collars, is used for minor neck pain, musclepain, and cervical strain



  • Polyurethane foam collars are die cut to specific sizes for improved fitting.
  • Foam is covered with a soft beige stockinette.
  • Regular denisty.
  • Available in narrow and regular widths.
  • Traditional low contour design maintains the head in a neutral position.
  • Size: XSM, SM, MD, LG

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  • A Philadelphia collar is a neck brace used to prevent head and neck movement after a spinal cord injury.
  • It supports your neck muscles and gives your spinal cord and ligaments time to heal.
  • The collar is made of hard plastic, with Velcro straps to keep it closed.
  • The front piece has a chin cup. Tracheostomy opening in front.
  • The back piece is curved and fits against the lower part of your head.
  • Lightweight molded foam with rigid plastic occipital and mandible posts for greater stabilization.
  • Two piece construction for easy application with hook and pile closure.
  • All models are fully radiolucent.
    SM 10 – 12″
    MD 13 – 15″
    LG 16 – 19″

Miami J Collar

  • Known as the superior c-spine immobilizer on the market through multiple independent studies.
  • The Miami J Collar’s patented design meets the specialized needs of all those afflicted with cervical injuries.
  • The Miami J offers features that enhance compliance and help speed recovery while ensuring immobilization, inhibition of skin breakdown and patient comfort.
  • Sorbatex™ II padding is antibacterial and clinically proven to inhibit microbial growth, which enhances comfort and helps assure patient compliance
  • Bioengineered to minimize pressure points in key known areas; chin, occiput, trapezious and clavicle
  • Sizing based on 7 phenotypes to ensure proper fit and optimum immobilization
  • Comfort adjustment buttons for occiput and mandible, removable sternal pad for supine and swallowing