RAY PASCHAL, Founder & CEO
TalusRandD@gmail.com
970.309.7148 Mobile

16706 HWY 82 Carbondale, CO 81623

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Head-neck cooling technology before and/or after mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in contact sports may represent a sensible, practical, and effective method to potentially enhance recovery and minimize post-injury deficits.

 

Source: http://www.welkinsmed.com/newsroom/head-neck-cooling-for-sports-related-concussion-new-journal-article

After motor vehicle accidents, sports are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injuries among kids.

 

Kids aged 16-19 sustain almost 30% of ALL sports- related concussions recorded every year across every sport and age demographic.

 

Source: https://brandongaille.com/22-youth-sports-concussion-statistics/

Immediate Treatment

for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)

High school football players are 3 times more likely to suffer a catstrophic injury than college athletes.

 

Source: https://brandongaille.com/22-youth-sports-concussion-statistics/

 

Reviews

“As a former engineer in the medical device space, I can attest to the design and comfort of the ZDC. It is well made, durable, and comfortable for field conditions, whatever they may be. My wife also likes using it when she feels a migraine coming on – and it works!”

Jesse Epperson

MEDICAL DEVICE ENGINEER

 

Female basketball athletes suffer 240% more concussions than male athletes.

 

Source: https://brandongaille.com/22-youth-sports-concussion-statistics/

Of those who suffer concussions, 50% develop Post-Concussion Syndrome.

 

Source: https://brandongaille.com/22-youth-sports-concussion-statistics/

READY FOR ANYTHING

Zero°Collar is designed for instant use to help decrease the effects of mild traumatic brain injury.

 

Ideally suited for athletics, EMS First Responders, military, community events, families, backcountry & public safety.

 

Zero°Collar is intended for single-use cold therapy immediately following mild head & neck injuries.

 

Always seek immediate medical attention after any head/neck injury.

Every year, there are 3.8 million sports-related concussions in the U.S.

 

Source: https://brandongaille.com/22-youth-sports-concussion-statistics/

FORMER REHABILITATION ENGINEER

Spalding Rehab Hospital  Denver, CO

Primary area of focus:

Acquired & Traumatic Brain Injuries

Ray Paschal

President   Talus Research + Design, LLC

Founder      Zero°Collar