Cellacare® Cervidur®

    Cervical Collar (mod. acc. to Schanz)

    When the cervical spine needs relief from pressure

    Disorders of and injuries to the cervical spine — which is the most mobile but also the weakest part of the spine — require special treatment. The Cellacare® Cervidur® wrap-around cervical collar can provide additional stability for the cervical spine. It is available in three different widths.

    As a supplement to therapy

    The Cervidur® Cervical Collar immobolises with a relaxing effect which both relieves pressure on the neck muscles and helps with recovery. It is used as a complement to both drug therapy and physiotherapy and can be used in cervical spine syndrome, plexus neuralgia and torticollis. The Cervidur® Cervical Collar has a pleasant warming effect, is skin-friendly and easy to handle.

    Product composition

    cotton, polyester, polypropylene


    colour: off-white

    Ordering information

    Cellacare® Cervidur®

    individually packed in a folding box
    Dimensions (cm x m)REFSC/TC
    6 x 1.8224051/40
    8 x 1.8224061/32
    10 x 1.8224071/24

    Fields of application

    • for relief and immobilisation of the cervical spine


    • for bandaging
    • relieves the neck muscles
    • supplements treatment with medication and physiotherapy by immobilising and warming effect
    • firm nonwoven core in a seamless knitted plain stockinette
    • quilted lengthways
    • skin-friendly
    • 2 cotton ties centrally sewn on at one end for retention

    To note

    • washable at 40°C, do not iron, do not tumble dry, do not bleach, do not dry clean


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