Mini-spine model with pelvis, nerves and part of the femur
Anatomical miniature model of spine in really nice quality. Although small, each vertebrae is complete and detailed. The pelvis and pelvis are also shown, with an illustration of the SI joint, foramina sacral with small spinal nerve and parts of the femur.
The model is perfect when space is lacking, but can also be a piece of interior design at the clinics and hospitals. A stand comes with which the model can be hung on. The spine cannot be bent.
Anatomically speaking, the model shows the entire vertebral column, which consists of a drawback, a breast part, a lumbar part, a pelvic part and the tail bone. Therefore, the model also shows the two most important joint types in the row column, which are the symphyses (disci / tape discs) between the back bodies and the facet joints that are slid together between the back vertebrae of the vertebrae. Lower neck and sacrocalcal joints are also seen.
In addition, the model shows the pelvis as a whole as a ring structure as well as both femoral heads with the femur and part of the femur. Therefore, the model also shows SI joints between the sacrum and the bowel, the symphysis between the bones and the hip joint.
In addition, the model shows 31 pairs of back nerve and a disc herniation in the lumbar region. Overall, the bone quality is very good, and therefore nodules and retractions in bone tissue are very clearly seen.
In terms of motion, this model is not flexible. The spine cannot be moved at all and therefore cannot be used to show the spine's movements. Although not seen on the pictures on the left, elastic bands are mounted in the hip lines. Therefore, the various movements of the hip joint, such as abduction and rotation, can be detected.
Clinically, this model is ideal for understanding disc herniation and root affection. It can also be used to understand disorders such as spinal cord, scoliosis, spondylosis, spinal cord and osteoarthritis (osteoarthritis).
The model can, of course, also be used to understand fractures (fractures) and many different diseases related to the hip and pelvis.
Disturbances in the back affect many people. This model of the spine can benefit both clinically and as inspiration on a table at any therapist who works with the back.