Complete Spine Models
The human spine and its components are incredible. Each of the 33 individual vertebrae that comprise our vertebral column functions in perfect tandem with one another and the muscles that connect along its length to assist with many movements of the human body. For students of anatomy, as well as patients, the construction of the vertebral column is fascinating, with its three distinct sections and how each allows for a slew of actions. Put a little backbone into your study of anatomy with these complete models of the human spinal column.
Detailed and Accurate Complete Spine Models
The human spinal column is incredibly fascinating. Spinal alignment is vital to our overall health, according to many experts around the world, and everyone can agree that having back pain can put a real damper on one’s day. Students and medical professionals alike will benefit from these models of this important structure.
The human vertebral column is constructed of 33 individual vertebrae, which are divided into several types of vertebrae. Most fall into one of three categories; Cervical, thoracic, and lumbar. Others are part of the coccyx and pelvic region. This beautifully constructed anatomical structure is gracefully curved, giving our bodies their aerodynamic shape and allowing for a range of movements. This elaborate structure slowly changes over the early years of a child’s life, and is typically fully established by the time a child learns to walk.
Chiropractors, physicians, and hospitals regularly use these detailed models as visual aids for patients, and many medical students love them for study. Many are accompanied by extended warranties, as well, and many include detailed study guides. We recommend these be paired with one of our selection of vertebral column charts.
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