& Forearm Orthosis
& Finger Orthosis
Hinged Knee Brace Short
"Micro" Biomechanical Diabetic Footwear(Gents & Ladies)
Surgical Lumbo-Sacral Corset(Special)
Abdominal Binder - Post Maternity Corset(Micro Shape)
Hard Cervical Collar
available : Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
of high density Polyethylene sheet, hypo allergic artificial
leather and natural latex foam.
with best air circulation for comfort.
adjustment to maintain normal flexion or extension
to use Velcro closures for application & removal
Soft Cervical Collar
available : Small,
Medium, Large, Extra Large
allergetic polyurethane foam with cotton stockinette covering
with Polythene sheet provides better immobilization
bushes for air circulation and Velcro closures for easy
or muscular injuries of cervical region.
immobilization of the cervical region
disk disease, sprain etc.
Micro – Phil Cervical
Small, Medium, Large
cervical spine flexion, extension and rotation to promote
non-toxic and hypoallergenic foam reduces skin irritation.
bilateral hook and loop fasteners ensure proper fit.
and posterior rigid plastic reinforcement supports limit
design enhances patient comfort.
cervical arch support maintains neutral alignment of the
openings reduce heat and moisture and water-resistant for
bathing and aqua-therapy.
customized for individual requirements.
CT and MRI lucent.
with mild soap and water.
application of the collar is as important as proper sizing for
immobilization and patient comfort. The two-piece design consists of
a FRONT piece and BACK piece, which are packaged as a set.
Always maintain the patient's head in neutral alignment. These
directions are guidelines only; follow a qualified healthcare
selecting the properly sized collar, apply the BACK piece of the
collar to the back of the patient's neck. Center the collar. The
back arrow should point upward.
2. Apply the FRONT piece of the collar with the chin secured in the
recess. Center the collar and ensure neutral alignment. The FRONT
piece OVERLAPS the BACK piece to ensure effective immobilization and
comfort. The front arrow should point upward.
3. With Velcro hook and loop fasteners, tighten the collar with a
bilateral adjustment. This will secure the patient's cervical region
in neutral alignment.
Removal Before removing the collar, mark the position of the Velcro
strap location to ensure re-application maintains the proper fit.
With the collar secured on the patient, unfasten the Velcro strap on
the RIGHT side and then the LEFT side. Remove the collar from the
Cleaning Proper hygiene and product cleaning are an important part of
a patient's recovery. In addition, it will keep the patient clean,
comfortable and prevent skin irritation. A qualified healthcare
professional will establish your cleaning routine.
After the collar is removed, gently
clean the patient's neck and face; if there is skin irritation
contact a qualified healthcare professional. The patient's neck and
face should be dried completely before the
collar is applied.
The entire collar can be cleaned with
mild soap and clean water. The collar
should be dried completely with a cloth or air-dried before it is
applied to the patient. While a mild disinfectant is acceptable, do
not use harsh chemicals or bleach.
emergency / ambulance collar
Cervical Disc Diseases
Cervical Traction Kit