It’s the best…..I particularly like the visualization of nerve and blood vessel ingrowth, and the contrasting physical “feel” of the ligamentum flavum and annulus fibrosus!

Michael A. Adams BSc PhD
Professor of Biomechanics, Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy

This is a great model. I leave it on my desk to help me visualize anatomy and use it in videos to teach other PTs. Highly recommended.

Tom Jesson

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 1980–Medserena Upright MRI Centre

Diamonds are less expensive than this model. Since I began my physiotherapy studies, I have not seen another model with such beautiful details. This close and accurate representation of what I read about the disc in books and studies made me very thrilled. The remarkable accuracy of this model stands out in comparison to all other models in Egypt, in my opinion. It is a true gem, and what sets it apart is how dynamically compressible it is—though not necessarily readily; I feel like I can actually see a disc. Additionally, his anatomical intricacies, including the position of the medial herniation, the specifics of the DRG, and even the pedicles, cause me to truly pause in front of this magnificent, fantastic, and amazing lumbar professional model.
Highly recommended 👌❤️

Physiotherapist in Egypt

Abdelrahman Taha

The models I have purchased from Dynamic Disc Designs are the most anatomically accurate and useful spine education models on the market today. An essential piece for patient education in spine.

Prof. Rudolf Bertagnoli MD
MD Pro-spine, Germany–

I am a practicing orthopedic spine surgeon in Northern California. Jerome’s models give patients an immediate understanding of the anatomical basis of their symptoms and instantly communicate complex spatial relationships that are otherwise extremely difficult if not impossible to communicate otherwise. One of the core tenets of my practice is that informed patients make better decisions and these models allow me to communicate more effectively and efficiently with my patients. Thank you!

Zachary NaPier, M.D.
Spine Surgeon

I have just received my Dynamic Disc model of the lumbar spine & pelvis. VERY good. Excellent / true anatomic accuracy. No metal rod up the spine! L spine and SIJs move naturally. Outstanding ed tool. Thanks!!!

Mark Laslett
Registered Physiotherapist Specialist

Dr. Fryer has done an amazing job! We have two lumbar dynamic disc models in a large integrated clinic, and they are constantly being borrowed from room to room to help demonstrate and explain to patients what is going on with them. I like to show them off to colleagues too. Every chiropractic, physical therapy, and medical school should have some for their anatomy programs.

Robert Trager DC
chiropractor, author

Dr. David Olson

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, author

In the clinical context of treating complex chronic back pain patients, it is absolutely essential to marry neurophysiological explanations for low back pain with biomechanical ones. If patients have an overt biomechanical fault, a visual model such as the ones masterfully created by ddd can be used to depict which loads, postures and movements aggravate their pain. This facilitates teaching patients how to then avoid those loads and postures for a while to unwind nociceptive sensitivity. I personally use these models as part of a comprehensive biopsychosocial approach. I am a firm believer that thoroughly educating our patients is a cornerstone for enabling self-management. These models help us to navigate their road to recovery.

Demetry Assimakopoulos, Sp. Hons BA, Dip. CAPM.
Clinical Coordinator of the Comprehensive Integrated Pain Program, and staff clinician at The Pain and Wellness Centre–Pain and Wellness Centre

This model with the bulging nucleus is exactly what we see in real discs – its brilliant. It is a perfect teaching tool to illustrate the difference between flexion motion and flexion moment/torque and the disc bulge as an injury mechanism.

Stuart M. McGill Ph.D
Professor of Spine Biomechanics, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology University of Waterloo–backfitpro

These models have transformed my patient education. They bring the MRI to life. DDD models are a massive piece in the patient education picture. These models are now an integral part of my practice.”

Andrew Wilson
Consultant Physiotherapist


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