Head & Neck
Whether you’re studying the brain, features of the face, skull, or neck, you’ll find something in our head and neck anatomy collection. The collection includes models and charts, and features injuries and diseases for a more complete approach to anatomical study. With our models and charts, you’ll find the best tools to help you study and educate patients and students. Many models ship free as well.
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Anatomy of the Head and Neck Charts and Models
The anatomy of the head and neck is among the most studied areas of the body, with interested parties including surgeons, dental professionals, neurologists, speech pathologists, psychiatrists, and many more specialized physicians. Positioned at the top of the vertebral column, the skull attaches to the spine at the C1 vertebra, also known as the atlas. Much like the Atlas of mythology, it supports the proverbial globe of the head. There are also a surprising number of muscles and nerves in the face, allowing for a full range of expressions. What’s the best way to learn about this area of the body? Anatomical models and charts, of course!
A wonderful all in one study aid is the Axis Scientific Half Head Anatomy Model by Axis Scientific. This concise and thorough anatomical model covers the muscles and structure of the face and neck, and features an exceptional extended warranty through the manufacturer. It features a partially exposed lower jaw as well.
Models like the Head and Neck Musculature Model are complemented nicely by anatomical charts. The Head and Neck Laminated Anatomy Chart is a great option, featuring a variety of detailed anatomical features. Professionally designed and illustrated in painstaking detail, this chart is a wonderful addition to your patient waiting area, hospital, or health center.
Anatomy Warehouse offers the best in anatomical education every day. Contact our support team with any questions.