Painted Spine Models
Help students and patient correlated the spine with the muscles attached to it with this collection of painted spines. The muscles that make up our back connect in many places on our vertebral column, and allow for the many movements and flexibility of our spinal region. With these excellent models, students can create visual associations between various vertebral sections and muscles, such as the trapezius and various spinatus muscles. Not sure what you need? Our expert customer support team will be happy to help.
Detailed Painted 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. Many muscles and individual vertebrae make up this structure, and, with these painted spine models, students and medical personnel alike will find it easy to display the correlations between these components.
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. In conjunction with these bony structures, there are a number of muscular structures that originate and attach on the vertebral column, making this an exceptionally complex structure.
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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