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The neck collar is used to support and restrict motion in the spinal cord and head by minimizing muscle contraction needed against the gravity forces to keep the head in a normal position. The neck support is typically used for the treatment of neck injuries, neck surgery, and neck pain. A soft neck brace is generally meant for short-term use while you recover from an injury, surgery, or pain. Different types of cervical collars depend on your type of neck injury or the underlying cause of your neck pain.

When do we use Neck Brace?

Some conditions that call for the use of a neck support brace include:

Types Of Cervical Collars

Soft Cervical Collar

Soft neck collars are usually made from materials such as felt, foam, or rubber. They are cut to mold around the neck and jaw of the patient, the size being adjustable. They fit snugly around your neck and sit below your jaw. The doctors recommend it for temporary relief from moderate neck pain. However, these collars do not provide adequate immobilization. It only limits flexion and extension of the neck. Soft collars are mainly recommended for whiplash injuries.

Rigid and Semi-Rigid Collar

Hard collars look similar to soft collars. They are made out of plexiglass, which allows them easy to apply and keep clean. Hard cervical collars restrict movement in flexion and extension and relieve pain from various conditions, like cervical spondylosis, severe neck pain, spinal fractures, and trauma injuries.

Philadelphia Collar

The cervical neck collar is a non-toxic hypoallergenic, latex-free foam collar that is made of rigid plastic, with Velcro straps to facilitate easy application and removal. Cervical Collar provides rigid immobilization, excellent for emergency use. Limits rotation and slightly hyperextends the cervical spine.

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Frequently asked questions

A neck brace or cervical collar is a medical device that is used to support a persons neck in case of traumatic head and neck injuries. These braces are used to treat chronic medical conditions.

It is always recommended to wear the neck brace all the time, even during sleep or as by the surgeon. It is necessary to wear the brace until your spine has healed or fused, which may take as short as 4 weeks or as long as 4 to 6 months.

A soft cervical collar can be worn by following the steps below:

  • Look straight such that the chin is parallel to the floor.
  • Fit the collar snugly around your neck.
  • Attach neck brace fasteners at the back of your neck.
  • Make sure that you can breathe easily.
  • If the collar feels very tight, remove it and put it on again.

Hard cervical collars are designed to be used for spine problems or injuries. These collars are intended to limit the forward and backward movement more than the soft ones. Hard collars are used to support a person's neck right after a trauma or injury.

Soft Neck Brace is fairly flexible and is the least limiting, it can be used for minor injuries or after healing has allowed the neck injury to stabilize.