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Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer

Otto Bock SKU: 50C74
$102.99 $91.99
7652 sold

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Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer is a two-piece cervical collar designed to limit flexion, extension, rotation, and lateral bending of the cervical region.

Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer

$102.99 $91.99

The Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer provides complete cervical and cervico-thoracic junction immobilization with a comfortable, breathable design.  The product features a two piece design with a cervical anterior piece that extends down into the thoracic area to full prevent forward cervical movement.  Flexible, scalloped, flare tabs at the bottom provide an adjustable yet stable base to fit every size patient.  The rear plate features an adjustable aluminum piece that can be molded to provide a more customized, contoured fit along the cervical spine.  The Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer provides excellent restriction of flexion/extension, rotation, and side bending motions.  A large tracheotomy hole is located in the front to aid in breathability, while plush, breathable padding provides enhanced all day comfort and protection against skin breakdown.  The Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer can be used for trauma, disc herniations, and for post-surgical recovery following a variety of procedures.


Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer Features:

  • Scalloped flare tabs with the base extending down into the thoracic region for complete control of forwrd flexion
  • Provides flexion/extension, rotation, and side bending motion control
  • Moldable posterior aluminum piece for customized cervical conformity for every patient
  • Breathable padding for comfort and prevention of skin breakdown
  • Large tracheotomy hole in the front aids breathability
  • Provides effective immobilization to promote spinal alignment
  • Available in four sizes to fit every size patient - See Size & Fit tab for sizing chart and measurement/fit help

 The Cybertech CSI C-Spine Immobilizer can be used to treat:

  • Traumatic cervical injuries
  • severe strains/sprains
  • Cervical disc herniation
  • Severe radiculopathy
  • Spinal anomalies