Cervical Collars to Provide Support and Comfort
For clients and patients who need to refrain from excessive head movement, or even any head movement at all, a cervical collar keeps the head and neck in a stable, neutral position. Foam construction provides just the right amount of support while being comfortable enough to wear throughout the day. Velcro straps and four size options ensure that all your clients find the right size and can adjust it to their liking. Made with convenience in mind, cervical collars come on and off easily, and cleaning is as simple as wash and dry.
Help Your Clients Maintain a Neutral Neck Position
Clients and patients that have neck issues, or that have recently had a medical procedure performed on the neck, often benefit from reducing head and neck movement. That's easier said than done (just think about all the times you inadvertently move your head throughout the day), making cervical collars a useful aid for reducing movement while keeping the neck supported. Different types of cervical collars provide varying levels of support, as firm foam collars tend to allow some movement, while immobilizer collars keep the head and neck in one position.
A Comfortable Option That Lets the Neck Breathe
Manufacturers design cervical collars with foam that contours to the wearer's neck, so clients don't have to worry about rigid designs that poke them in the jaw at any head tilt. Preventing heat build up is also important, because just like with clothes, no one likes wearing a sweaty or hot cervical collar the whole day. Cervical collars with ribbed stockinet covers keep the wearer's neck from getting too hot by letting air in and heat out.
Multiple Size Options and Adjustable Straps for the Perfect Fit
Cervical collars are available in sizes from small to extra large, and infant collars are also available, so you can outfit clients of any size or age. They also use Velcro, in some cases combined with a hook and loop adjustment, so clients can tighten or loosen their cervical collars based on their personal preferences. All a client has to do is slip the collar on, strap it to where it's secure but not causing that uncomfortable and annoying choking sensation, and it's ready to go.
Fast and Easy Cleaning
Cleaning a cervical collar is a simple process that requires only hand washing it with some water and a mild detergent. Since the cleaning process is quick and easy, even clients who have injuries or limited movement may be able to handle it themselves. Outfitting clients with an extra cervical collar has the added benefit of allowing them to clean and dry one while wearing the other, so they always have a replacement ready after taking one off.