The life-sized spine model PHY-SM-2 with pelvis is designed to be used as a scientific teaching model, featuring an exceptional level of detail on a 1:1 scale. It is the perfect instructional model for educating and training chiropractors, midwives, medical students, physical therapists and acupuncturists. The standing model's realistic depiction of anatomical details makes it suitable not only for schools, universities and other educational settings, but also for clinics, surgeries and laboratories.
This spine model accurately represents the essential features of each vertebra, including vertebral bodies, spinous and transverse processes, vertebral groove and vertebral canal. It also portrays the detailed structure of a vertebral artery, a slipped disc between L4 and L5 including all intervertebral discs (coloured blue) and a complete set of spinal nerves. Structures like the occipital bone, cervical vertebrae (atlas (C1), axis (C2), C3-C7 cervical vertebrae), thoracic vertebrae (Th1-Th12) and lumbar vertebrae (L1-L5), sacrum (S1), coccygeal vertebrae (S2) and the complete pelvis, are also shown.
The basic structure of the spine model is made of high-quality steel, which enables you to demonstrate natural spinal movement in a life-like, flexible and illustrative way. With the spine model, you can also vividly illustrate the development of various pathologies. Even moving the model helps to give you a feel for the special anatomical peculiarities of the spice.
This instructional aid is made of high-quality hard PVC with a high tensile strength. The special plastic gives a realistic representation of the surface structure of a spine and is easy to clean. The light-weight spine model is flexible and easy to move around. It belongs in the standard equipment for every orthopaedic surgery.
22.5 x 32.7 x 88.5 cm
Shipping dimensions (LxWxH)
78 x 25 x 18 cm
Spine Model with Pelvis PHY-SM-2
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What should I do if the model breaks or is damaged?
No problem, we offer a 3-year warranty. Just contact us!
How should I clean the model?
Just use a sponge, water and some soap or another equally gentle cleaning solution.