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Skeletal and Muscular Conditions

Many medical conditions can impact an individual’s bone and muscular health, including osteoporosis, arthritis, muscular dystrophy, and more. It’s important for patients and medical professionals to fully understand these conditions as they impact the individual. With our variety of charts, it becomes easier to educate your patients, or study on your own. These charts are beautifully illustrated by professional medical illustrators, and developed in collaboration with medical professionals for the best detail and accuracy.

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Accurate and Detailed Skeletal and Muscular Health Anatomical Charts

When someone makes changes to their diet and fitness regimen, they usually are considering health dangers such as obesity, heart disease, or various forms of cancer. Most are not considering conditions like osteoporosis or other bone degenerative diseases, or muscular disorders such as muscle weakness or fatigue. They should, however, considering more than 50 million Americans suffer from low bone density, and this number is expected to continue rising. By 2020, half of all Americans over age 50 are predicted to have low bone density or osteoporosis. Learning about these conditions is very important to your health and wellbeing.

The Understanding Osteoporosis Anatomical Chart is one of our informative charts, covering bone density loss, progressive spinal deformity, and various fractures of the skeletal system. It also covers a variety of risk factors, and ways to prevent and manage the condition. This is a wonderful addition to your patient education regimen.

When studying ailments of the body, it is sometimes beneficial to add 3D replicas to your repertoire. We love the Deluxe Osteoporosis Anatomy Model from 3B Scientific, a detailed model displaying lumbar vertebrae with their intervertebral discs. The model is very useful for educating patients about the condition and its development.

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