Philadelphia Collar AZ-PAC-01

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Philadelphia Collar

Philadelphia collar is a type of cervical orthosis or neck brace designed to provide support and immobilization to the cervical spine, particularly for individuals with neck injuries, cervical spine instability, or certain medical conditions affecting the neck. The philadelphia neck collar is named after the city where it was initially developed. Philadelphia cervical collar are commonly prescribed by healthcare professionals as part of the treatment plan for individuals requiring cervical spine stabilization. The design and adjustability of these collars contribute to effective immobilization, patient comfort, and the facilitation of the healing process in various neck-related medical scenarios.


  1. Rigid Construction: Typically made from rigid or semi-rigid materials such as foam, plastic, or other supportive materials to provide stability and restrict movement of the cervical spine.
  2. Front and Back Sections: The philly collar consists of two main sections—one in the front and one in the back—connected by side straps. The front and back sections work together to support and immobilize the neck.
  3. Adjustable Closure: Equipped with an adjustable closure system, often using Velcro or hook-and-loop straps, allowing for customization and secure fastening around the neck.
  4. Chin Support: Some Philadelphia Collars feature a chin support or chin cutout to provide additional support to the lower jaw and prevent excessive movement.
  5. Contoured Design: Shaped to conform to the natural curvature of the neck, providing optimal support and immobilization.
  6. Ventilation: Some models may have openings or perforations to allow for air circulation, enhancing comfort during extended wear.
  7. Indications for Use: Typically recommended for individuals with cervical spine injuries, fractures, post-surgical support, or as part of the treatment for certain medical conditions affecting the neck.
  8. Radiolucent Options: Some philadelphia c collar are designed to be radiolucent, allowing X-ray imaging without the need for collar removal.


Product Name
Adjustable Philadelphia Collar
Foam with velcro straps
Light pink
Product weight
Accept Customized
Provides perfect immobilization

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