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Bandage on the cervical spine (head holder) with a hole, part # PHP T4 completely limits mobility of the cervical spine, compensates for the lost support function of the cervical spine caused by an injury , relieves cervical vertebrae, reduces stress on the intervertebral discs of the cervical spine and diminishes damages to the nerve roots. Helps normalize the tone of the neck muscles.

Retention degree: full

Color: beige

Size:  S, M, L, XL

Composition: 50% polyethylene, 38% Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), 12% polyamide.

Indications for use:

  • Injuries to the cervical spine.
  • Primary rehabilitation after cervical spine surgery.
  • Transportation of patients with cervical spine injuries and suspicion of such injuries.


  • Individual intolerance of product materials

Select in size:

Please measure the neck height and circumference to correctly choose the cervical spine orthosis. Subsequently, select the correct size of the orthosis according to the dimension table. Please use the centimeter tape (tightly, however without strapping the joint) to measure the neck circumference and the distance from the mandibular angle to the middle of the clavicle.


Size Neck height (inches=cm) Neck circumference (inches=cm)
S 4 1/4'' = 10.8 cm 10''-13'' = 25-33 cm
M 4 1/4'' = 10.8 cm 13''-16'' = 33-40 cm
L 4 1/4'' = 10.8 cm 16''-19'' = 40-48 cm
XL 4 1/4'' = 10.8 cm 19'' and more = more than 48 cm


Instructions on how to put on the the product:

Attach the rear half of the orthosis to the rear surface of the patient's neck. Please attach the front half of the orthosis to the front of the neck so that the chin fits in a special recess. Check the correct location of the orthosis: a cutout for a tracheostoma should be located in the trachea region. Please attach the lateral sides of the front orthosis half on top of the side surfaces of the rear half. Use the fixing strap with Velcro fasteners to attach the brace on the neck so that it fits close to the body surface.

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