I strongly recommend clinicians take advantage of the ddd spine models.  I find the model helps patients get a better understanding of the anatomy and the mechanics of what is happening and where the pain is coming from.  With a better understanding they can be a more active participant in their recovery and less a passive bystander hoping the problem gets better.  Especially effective at teaching about flexion intolerance and discogenic/neurogenic pain.

I’ve been using a Dynamic Disc Designs model since they first started producing them and my original model is just now ready to be replaced. Thanks for the help all these years.

Dr. Mark Bodnar, B.Sc., D.C., FCCPOR(c) chiropractor

This is the best model lumbar spine I have seen. I am proud to possess one. It will be of great value when explaining to my patients as well as in my research using Upright MRI

Francis W. Smith MD (over 350 scientific publications, most in spine)Clinical Professor of Radiology - Co-inventor Upright MRI - First to Clinically Scan Patient with MRI 1980Medserena Upright MRI Centre

My two favourite are the Professional LxH and the Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Models

Jennifer Forbes DC MSChiropractorHeritage Chiropractic and Sports Medicine