Disc Prolapse Simulator Model
The model consists of two vertebrae with an elastic intervertebral disc, spinal cord and nerves. This model will be of great assistance in medicine, physiotherapy, medical surgeries and clinics, work risk prevention, ergonomics, physical education and a wide variety of other fields. This innovative model shows the injury mechanism of a herniated disc. The simulator demonstrates how the intervertebral disc prolapses when flexing the vertebrae, producing what happens in real life when we bend of twist our trunk.
Since vertebral disorders are now widespread, chiropractors, physical therapists, orthopedists, and other professionals should have this model to make people aware of the importance of gentle movements and behaviors for the spinal column.

  • Size: 12 x 11, 5 x 9 cm.
  • Weight: 0.6 kg

Disc Prolapse Simulator Model

SKU: PY-112-182

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