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Cybertech Cyberspine Cervical Orthosis



This product is only available to Healthcare Professionals.
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The NEW Cybertech Cervical Collar incorporates the best design features of past proven systems with today’s materials for a functional comprehensive ALL adjustable cervical immobilisation system to conform to each patient’s individual needs.

The unique aluminium multi-post yoked anterior adjustment system allows complete linear adjustability for flexion; extension and neutral positioning and immobilisation with unique adjustment pull tabs. The multi-post yoked design accommodates the passage of tracheotomy facilitation. The Y-Chin support members allow width and narrowing customisation for rotational control and patient comfort.

The ergonomic moulded posterior occipital component encompasses an aluminium adjustable spine element allowing the practitioner full customisation and total contact conformity of the cervical arch contours.

Semi-rigid links connect the occipital and mandibular sections with full pivot locking joints improving position and helps eliminate AP/linear shearing migration of components and unique patent pending level locking slide buckles.


  • MRI compatible two piece design for free air flow ventilation, comfort and ease of application. ––
  • A large trachea opening and no tool easy adjustable yoke system. ––
  • Moulded polyethylene vented chin and chest components. ––
  • Vented occipital component with an aluminium spine element allows custom contouring of cervical arch. ––
  • Unique industry leading semi-rigid quick adjust straps eliminates component shearing migration. ––
  • Removable plush laminated foam liner on all contact areas for added patient comfort. Additional liners can be ordered separately. No latex used.

Indications for use:

  • Post operative non-invasive restriction and immobilisation of the cervical spine ––
  • Post trauma ––
  • Acute pain ––
  • Arthritis ––
  • Spinal stenosis


Cyberspine Cervical Orthosis