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Plastic cervical orthosis with sternum support and occipital stabilization


- post-traumatic
- rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis of the cervical spine
- cervical herniated disc
- Cervical spondylitis
- Cervical spondylosis
- postoperative
- Motoneurosis
- stable cervical vertebrae fractures


This cervical orthosis is used to immobilize the cervical spine after injuries in the cervical and neck area. The orthosis was designed for use in post-traumatic care and promotes the healing process.
The design of the orthosis implements biomechanical principles that avoid pressure peaks at the critical points of support at the chin, occiput, trapezius and clavicle.
The junior model was specially designed to meet the special requirements of growing patients.

Features / Components:

- Comfortable wearing characteristics with safe immobilization
- with skin-friendly Sorbatex inner padding
- Padding with antibacterial equipment
- comfortable adjustment of the dorsal shell position by means of an adjustment knob
- removable chin section to facilitate swallowing and when used lying down
- MRI, CT and radiolucent
- the complete sets are supplied with a set of replacement

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.


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Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

Miami J
Miami Jr

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Össur hf. - Head Office
Iceland Homepage:


Össur Deutschland GmbH
Melli-Beese-Str. 11
50829 Köln
Germany Telephone: 0800 1808379 Email: Homepage:


- the orthosis is available in different heights and widths

The shell sizes can be anatomically combined to provide the right fitting for the type of patient.



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Last Update: 13 Mar 2020