Human spine anatomy 3D models – Do you remember those skeletons that hung in biology or anatomy classes in high school, college, or med school? Some people thought they were creepy, perhaps, but others were fascinated by them.
So what made these stacks of bones so interesting? If, instead, this was a drawing of a skeleton hanging on the wall rather than a more realistic anatomical rendition, would you have been as fascinated? Chances are that answer is a resounding “no”.
What made that skeleton enticing? Touching it, no doubt! You were able to feel the shape of a femur, a rib bone, or the skull. If you were studying anatomy or medicine, that tactile examination of the bones of the human body probably went a long way in helping you understand the skeletal system.
The same can be said for other 3D models used by those in the medical profession, including the human spine anatomy 3D models that are available for chiropractors and others who work with patients in the realm of spine health. These 3D models offer the same opportunities to learn as that old skeleton did – only they go one step further. The parts move just like the parts of a real human spine!
If you’re new to the spinal health profession, you may not yet recognize just how important it is to have patient education tools that help your clients obtain a clear understanding of what’s happening with their bodies. Most of the time, patients come to your office in pain, sometimes frightened because of it, and the last thing they really want is a lecture on the parts of the spine. However, if you can present them with a human spine anatomy 3D model that they can hold in their hand, the picture will be much clearer.
Traditional tools for teaching patients about anatomy of any kind usually include posters that feature parts of the body labeled with complicated names that the patient will never remember. One step up is the static 3D model that shows the parts of the spine but doesn’t show how it moves nor what causes the pain a patient may be experiencing.
However, the Dynamic Disc Designs movable human spine anatomy 3D model offers it all, and when you can show the patient what’s happening and how they can fix it, you develop credibility and the patient develops confidence in you, your knowledge, and your abilities.
Chiropractors, spine surgeons, physiotherapists, and others who treat the spine have touted Dynamic Disc Designs’ spine models as the best available, because of their exacting detail.
Since using the LxH model the past month I have seen that ‘light bulb’ moment many times
– says chiropractor Chris Houtakker
It quickly and effectively brings the patient to a comprehensive understanding of what’s happening to them and why they are in pain. When they see the posterior disc migration actively occur then hitting the nerve, it answers most of their questions right there.
Brilliant work on the models, as things that make my treatment more effective, my day easier and more profitable I’m all for
He adds Noting that resorting to his own drawings for patient education never had the impact of these incredible models.