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Q30's mission is to help protect the brain from effects of head impacts on the sports field and the battlefield. Since 2012, Q30 has worked with leading medical, academic, engineering, and design institutions to research and develop the Q-Collar, an externally worn device that aids in the protection of the brain from effects associated with repetitive sub-concussive head impacts. In February 2021, Q30 received FDA clearance to market the Q-Collar in the US, confirming the Q-Collar's safety and effectiveness.

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Backed by Years of Research

With more than 25 laboratory and clinical studies, the Q-Collar is shown to protect the brain from effects of Repetitive Head Impacts — helping a new generation of athletes play smarter and safer.

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FDA authorizes marketing of novel device to help protect athlete's brains during head impacts

“Today’s action provides an additional piece of protective equipment athletes can wear when playing sports to help protect their brains from the effects of repetitive head impacts while still wearing the personal protective equipment associated with the sport,” said Christopher M. Loftus, M.D., acting director of the Office of Neurological and Physical Medicine Devices in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.

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This FDA-approved collar is designed to prevent brain injuries in athletes

"As Talavage sees the Q-Collar today, it’s still not a panacea to prevent concussive injuries, but it can make a difference in the safety of a sport. “The collar here is providing, in my opinion, the first protective equipment item that actually does something.”"

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CNN: FDA approves new device to help protect athletes from traumatic brain injury

“A new device that could help reduce the risk of traumatic brain injury during head impacts was given the green light by the Food and Drug Administration on Friday. The device is authorized for athletes 13 and older, and can be used during football, soccer and other high-impact sports.“

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