This detailed, fascinating anatomical model from Axis Scientific offers serious flexibility when it comes to studying. This life sized model is fully flexible, and designed for years of use by professionals and medical students alike. The color-coded regions clearly indicate the cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions of the spine, as well as the sacrum and coccyx, making it ideal for patient education. It offers a tremendous amount of detail, and the features of each vertebra are visible. This premium spine model is designed with a durable core, making it ideal for repeated bending and positioning. It will also hold positions.A prolapsed disc is displayed at L3/L4, and spinal nerve exits are clearly visible.
Axis Scientific was created with medical professionals and students in mind. Cost effective and detailed, these models are built to last, and are sure to be your go-to for patient education, as well.
Includes durable metal stand for easy and attractive display. Spine measures 31 inches end to end. When displayed, the combined height of stand and spine is 34 inches. Weighs 4 lbs.
Made by Axis Scientific and backed by a 3 year warranty.
|Product Dimensions||6 in. x 31 in.|
|Product Weight||6 lbs.|
|Is the product made-to-order?||No|
Q & A
Q: What do the colors on this model represent?
A: The colors on this model show the cervical (yellow), thoracic (orange), and lumbar (red) regions. The sacrum (blue) and coccyx (green) are also visible.
Q: Does this model come with a warranty?
A: Yes, all Axis Scientific models come with a 1 year warranty.
Q: Does the spine come with the stand, or will that have to be purchased separately?
A: All of the Axis Scientific spine models come with the stand included. These do NOT have to be purchased separately.
Q: What does "didactic" mean?
A: While all products at AnatomyWarehouse.com are intended for educational purposes, didactic models are specifically produced with instruction in mind. The color-coding highlights the different regions of the human vertebral column, making it superior to other spinal models when used in a purely educational setting.
Q: Is this a male or female spine model?
A: This model represents male anatomy, which is evident from the structure of the pelvis.
Q: Who is this model made for?
A: This model is ideal for students, teachers and practitioners who focus on spinal anatomy, such as chiropractors, physical therapists and rehabilitation students. The color-coded regions are perfect for demonstrating the cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions, which are crucial for understanding the anatomy of the vertebral column.
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