Our lumbar models are identical in size and geometry to a real cadaveric specimen. With careful construction of the soft tissues including a flexible intervertebral disc including an annulus fibrosus and a nucleus puplosus,  each model is meticulously hand-crafted to provide the most accurate modeling to help the musculoskeletal practitioner to engage with patients in a convincing way.

Lumbar models have historically been static and immobile, but at Dynamic Disc Designs, we have developed flexible lumbar models to help relay essential movements to the patient related to their pain triggers. Having a patient genuinely understand their body mechanics empowers the patient and improves outcomes.

Patient-centered care must include translational strategies to help a pain sufferer understand their origins. A dynamic lumbar model helps execute efficient and accurate patient education.

Degenerated Disc Model - Dynamic Disc Designs
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Dynamic Degenerative Disc Model

Coming this fall, a Dynamic Degenerative Disc Model with the ability to show innervation of the nucleus pulposus dynamically. Dynamic Disc Designs strives to showcase important research in a dynamic platform so spine doctors can effectively…
Disc Herniations
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Disc Herniations | What causes them? | Learning from Astronauts

Goal of the Study? In this primary research article [1. Disc herniations in astronauts: What causes them, and what does it tell us about herniation on Earth?], the authors aim to figure out the cause of disc herniations by learning from the…
Anatomical Spine Modes - Dynamic Disc Designs
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Anatomical Spine Models – Attention to detail

Dynamic Disc Designs looks to provide the provider the best anatomical spine models. Some of the attention to detail includes a dynamic disc to allow complete visualization of the intervertebral disc. The foundation in the development of…
Spinal Nerves - Sensory and Motor Divisions

Spinal Nerves – sensory/motor divisions modeled

Spinal nerves exit (and enter) through the intervertebral foramen. The spinal nerve consist of two main divisions (anterior/motor and posterior/sensory). A patient's symptoms are often related to whether the anterior division or posterior division…
Spinal Cord - Cauda Equina Dynamic Disc

Spinal Cord and its contents below

Spinal Cord and Endings The spinal cord is a delicate structure. It is protected by the neural arch of the vertebrae and also by the intervertebral discs anteriorly and the ligamentum flava posteriorly. Below the thoracic region, the spinal…
Disc Herniation Model - Dynamic Disc Model
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Disc Herniation Model – Dynamic Nuclear Movement

Disc herniation is a common term used to describe the disruption of the intervertebral disc. A disc herniation model is helpful is the explanation of how the nucleus pushes out radially through the outer walls of the disc. Recently, lumbar…
Chiropractic Models - Dynamic Disc Designs
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Chiropractic Models – Helping to Improve Outcomes

Chiropractic Models help with outcomes. Doctors of chiropractic use chiropractic models to educate patients on the anatomy in question. Often patients just want to know where and why it hurts and how can the chiropractor relieve the symptoms. Pain…
sitting and back pain
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Back Pain with Sitting

Many people experience back pain with sitting. In a recent study published in the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation titled : Changes in Lumbar Disk Morphology Associated With Prolonged Sitting Assessed by MagneticResonance…
annular fibres angles
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Mechanical Disc Strain Causes Inflammation

In a recent paper published in Arthritis and Research Therapy, researchers showed how mechanical disc strain causes inflammation. Mechanical factors have always been a suspected cause of spinal problems. These factors include moving the spine…