Plastic Spine Board | Back Board | Rotational Molding

Plastic Spine Board - Rotational Molding Services
Plastic Spine Board - Rotational Molding Services

Plastic spine boards or back boards like this are made by Gregstrom Corporation. We’re an experienced rotational molder with complete assembly and testing services, too. Our portfolio of rotomolding projects includes back boards and other medical devices and equipment for patient care.

This plastic spine board demonstrates Gregstrom’s custom rotomolding expertise. Because we work closely with you, we understand that back boards need to provide rigid, reliable support of patients with suspected spinal or limb injuries in pre-hospital trauma care settings. We also know that as patient handling devices, plastic spine boards and back boards must also support cleaning and sterilization for repeated use.

Back Board

Back boards or spinal boards provide rigid support during the movement of a patient with suspected spinal injuries. They are used by emergency medical services personnel such as EMTs and ambulance staff, as well as by ski patrols and lifeguards. Typically, a plastic back board is used in conjunction with medical devices such as a cervical collar, side heat supports, and straps that secure the patient to a long spine board (LSB). Tape to secure the head may also be used.

Plastic Spine Board

Plastic spine boards aren’t all we can rotomold for you. Visit our portfolio to see more examples of how rotational molding from Gregstrom offers custom rotomolded plastic parts in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, textures, and colors with features such as undercuts, multiple walls, and molded-in hardware and graphics. When you visit our portfolio, you’ll also find examples of our thermoforming expertise.

Rotomolding Services for Your Next Plastics Project

Are you looking for a rotational molder for plastic spine boards or other custom rotomolded parts? For nearly 70 years, Gregstrom Corporation has been forming and molding plastics at our Made in the USA manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts. To learn more about us, contact us on-line or call (781) 935-6600.