Using a Spinal Cord Anatomical Model in the Courtroom

spinal cord anatomical model

Using a Spinal Cord Anatomical Model in the Courtroom Throughout the world, courts are filled with plaintiffs who’ve filed suit against another person or persons for a variety of reasons, including medical malpractice and personal infury. Just in the United States alone, it is estimated that at least 120,000 deaths each year can be contributed […]

Spinal Cord Anatomy Model Important for Personal Injury Cases

Spinal Cord Anatomy Model Used in Litigation You’ve seen it on television. In TV shows that offer scenarios with lawyers and injury cases, you’ve probably witnessed that on-screen attorney trying to convince a jury how his client’s injury was caused and who was responsible. Maybe you’ve also seen such litigation in person, or perhaps – […]

Patient Spine Education

Spine Patient Education, Patient Centered, Education

Patient spine education to reduce malpractice claims in clinical practice. patient education and communication Failure to communicate with patients is often the primary reason for malpractice claims. Physicians, surgeons, chiropractors, and other spine health care professionals are put into a position to establish a relationship with spine education at the roots quickly. According to Steven […]