Negative Z with Headstrap

(1 customer review)

For skull-atlas displacement locked in flexion or extension. The Negative Z holds the atlas while the skull is flexed or extended, causing the condyles to rotate in the lateral masses of the stable atlas. The drop of the Negative Z with the thick foam padding makes the adjustment easy on both the patient and the Doctor while adjusting the skull on the atlas! Available in shorter drop (Baby Negative Z).

Uses & Benefits:

  • Adjust the skull on the atlas
  • Y and Y/A adjusting
  • Lateral skull on atlas adjusting
  • Extremity adjusting (knee, foot, etc.)

The head strap/halter is used for adjusting small children or patients who have difficulty holding their head and neck in the flexed position during adjustment.

Description

Includes:

  • 1 Negative Z
  • 1 Head strap

Product Size: 13x14x7 in.

See Specifications for as-shipped size

 

Additional information

Weight 64 oz
Dimensions 16 × 16 × 10 in
Width

in
Height

in

1 review for Negative Z with Headstrap

  1. Stuart Sultze

    Best way to adjust occiput on atlas

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