Dynamic Disc Designs
Dynamic Cervical Model

Cervical Spine Models

Cervical spine models, handcrafted to deliver the most accurate of spine models to spine professionals.

Dynamic Disc Designs has been leading the way in 3d models for over 8 years now. Recently, at the request of the customers, Dr. Jerome Fryer (Chief Innovations Officer) decided it was time to construct a dynamic full multilevel cervical model.

With details extracted from real human cadaveric specimens, this latest multilevel cervical model includes the axis and atlas with the cruciform ligament. Upper cervical injuries are common in motor vehicle, work related, and sport accidents. Personal injury lawyers as well as surgeons and chiropractors have been utilizing Dynamic Disc models to educate the injuries.

With a dynamically designed intervertebral disc and ligamentum flavum, at the levels of C1-7, this new model includes the cruciform ligament and demonstrates hypermobility at C1-2. C6-7 shows a central disc herniation under load.

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Cervical spine models are essential tools for medical professionals, educators, and students, providing a detailed and accurate representation of the uppermost section of the spinal column. These models, which include the seven cervical vertebrae (C1-C7), are meticulously designed to showcase the intricate structures and functions of the cervical spine, enhancing understanding and facilitating effective communication in both educational and clinical settings.

The cervical spine, often referred to as the neck region, plays a vital role in supporting the skull, protecting the spinal cord, and enabling a wide range of head and neck movements. Our cervical spine models highlight key anatomical features such as the vertebral bodies, intervertebral discs, spinous and transverse processes, and the unique atlas (C1) and axis (C2) vertebrae. These models also illustrate the proximity of nerves and blood vessels, which is crucial for understanding conditions that can affect the cervical spine, such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and cervical radiculopathy.

Designed with precision and realism, these cervical spine models are invaluable for demonstrating normal spinal alignment, movement, and common cervical spine disorders. They provide a hands-on learning experience that enhances comprehension of cervical spine biomechanics and pathology. By using these models, healthcare professionals can improve patient education, making it easier to explain diagnoses, treatment options, and surgical procedures.

Dynamic Disc Designs continues to listen to the feedback given from its customers in the push to deliver the best teaching tools to improve outcomes or settle cases in and out of court with personal injury cases. We have been a leader in teaching aids to help professionals connect with people in the discussion of spine pain generators in finding the most suitable treatment for each case. Ligament instability is a common outcome in motor vehicle accidents as our imaging strategies using upright MRI now allow us to see these conditions under dynamic spinal motion.