Patient engagement is at the core of a patient-centered approach to spine care. Spine professionals engage with their patients with different tools. We all use language but to enhance it, very often a physical model can support the words chosen to educate.
In the past, models have been static, so it made it very difficult to connect patient’s back and neck pain to the specific movements that cause the pain. At Dynamic Disc Designs, we have developed models to help the practitioner engage in a mechanical way through a better rendering of a motion segment. We have created a dynamic disc with the ability of the models to bulge or herniate. We have integrated a dynamic nucleus pulposus and a stiffer annulus fibrosus as well as added features of the ligamentum flavum to show how the facets are inter-related to one another.
Explore how a dynamic model can enhance the language one uses in a clinical setting of a musculoskeletal practice.
Dynamic Disc Designs
Little About Us
Our dynamic spine models demonstrate realistic motion to connect both doctors and patients as well as educators and students. A viscoelastic core enables 6 degrees of freedom providing a real-time look at a spinal motion segment….helping communicate the mechanical factors responsible for injury as well as identifying the movements most favourable for the best outcomes. To our existing customers, thank you the confidence in our models. For those that are not quite yet sure, we extend an invitation to explore our growing product line and testimonials. All we do is the spine.