Molded from natural human bones, this anatomical replica of the human foot showcases incredible skeletal detail. This anatomy model includes a complete human foot and lower portions of the tibia and fibula bones. Bones of the foot are held together with high quality wire which also allow for flexibility. All bones are cast from original human specimens, providing the highest level of anatomical detail available in the industry. Model measures 9.8 x 11.4 x 3.5 inches and weighs approximately 1 pound.
Manufactured by medical artists and craftsmen in Germany. Backed by an industry-leading 5 year warranty.
Q & A
Q: Does this model come with a warranty?
A: Yes, this model is backed by an industry-leading 5 year warranty.
Q: Does the model come assembled?
A: Yes, this model comes assembled. In fact, it will always stay assembled, because it does not disarticulate.
Q: Are there other products that I should get with this model?
A: This model pairs well with any of the following anatomy charts:
Many people also like to procure multiple joint models, to complete their collection. The Rudiger Anatomie Hand Skeleton with Ligaments, the Rudiger Anatomie Functional Shoulder Joint with Ligaments, the Rudiger Anatomie Functional Hip Joint with Ligaments and the Rudiger Anatomie Functional Knee Joint with Ligaments all make great additions to your well-rounded joint model collection. We recommend that users collect models from the same brand to ensure a consistent learning or consultation experience.
Q: Is this model detailed?
A: Yes, this is one of our most detailed foot models. It is cast from a real human skeleton.
Q: Can I choose a right or a left foot?
A: No, we have just the left foot available at this time.
Q: Are the toes on this model articulated?
A: Yes, you are able to move the toes on this model. They can demonstrate natural movement.
Medical Education, Patient Consultation
Very helpful for teaching patients about foot deformaties and injuries at a reasonable price
This is a nice model that works perfectly for explaining to my patients all of the various foot and leg issues I deal with.
Even though the bones are just plastic, they have great markings to them to make them seem more like real bones.
I get a kick out of the foot model. All puns aside, the fine details are something that I have never seen in a foot model before, or any model for something like that. The price was a little more than other models, but I can see how it is 100% justified.