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, I think 15+yrs, 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) (http://www.bedfordchiro.ca/our-team)