Human spine Models

BONElike™ Child's Vertebral Column Model

This true-to-life anatomical replica of the vertebral column of a child of about 5 years old is especially interesting for those working in the areas of anatomy, pediatrics, orthopaedics and pediatric radiology.

BONElike™ Human Skull Model, Half Transparent & Half Bony- Complete with Brain and Vertebrae

The BONElike™ Didactic Skulls are made of a new material that allows an absolutely natural reproduction of even finest anatomical structures of the human skull for the first time.

BONElike™ Vertebral Column Model

This anatomical replica of the human spine is a flexible, mounted, true-to-life model of the human vertebral column in excellent BONElike™ quality.

Classic Flexible Spine Model

Our most popular spine model for patient and student education is also our most affordable spine model.

Classic Flexible Spine Model with Female Pelvis

Our most popular spine for patient education is also our most affordable spine model.

Classic Flexible Spine Model with Femur Heads and Painted Muscles

Painted spines add a new dimension to demonstrations. Muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) are painted on left innominate, femur and vertebrae of spine.

Classic Flexible Spine Model with Ribs and Femur Heads

Flexible spine with ribs show the interaction of the ribs, spine and associated structures

Deluxe Flexible Spine Model with Femur Heads

In addition to all features of the Classic Spine Series our Deluxe Spine Model has a sacral opening and exposed brain stem for advanced studies of the anatomy of the human spine.

Deluxe Flexible Spine Model with Femur Heads and Painted Muscles

Painted spines add a new dimension to demonstrations about the anatomy of the human spinal column.

Didactic Flexible Spine Model

The 5 different sections of the spinal column are differentiated by color on this human spine model.

Didactic Flexible Spine Model with Femur Heads

The 5 different sections of the spinal column differentiated by color on this spine model.

Flexible Spine Model with Soft Intervertebral Discs

Soft discs add greater realism to this spine model! This unique spine shows how the discs deform during normal and abnormal positioning.

Highly Flexible Spine Model

This spine model is the last spine you will ever need! Specially mounted on a flexible core, adding extra stability to the spine. Ideal for active and hands on use, this spine is great in schools or in a doctor's office for patient education.

Highly Flexible Spine Model with Femur Heads

This spine is the last spine you will ever need! Specially mounted on a flexible core, adding extra stability to the spine.

Human Skull Model on Cervical Spine, 4 part

This human skull replica is flexibly mounted on a cervical spine. Features also shown are the hindbrain, spinal cord, cervical nerves, vertebral arteries, basilar artery and rear cerebral arteries. Skull can be removed from stand.

Lifting Demonstration Figure

Provide your clients with a graphic demonstration of the effects of correct and incorrect lifting techniques on the spinal column.

Mini Human Spinal Column Model - Flexible, on Base

Vertebral spine model with squama occipitalis and pelvis. The vertebral column is mounted flexibly to demonstrate natural movements and pathological changes in the human spine. The spine model is on a detachable stand.

Osteoporosis Model

Impressive didactic model for comparing osteoporotic and normal thoracic vertebrae.

Set of 24 BONElike™ Vertebrae Models

This set is a worldwide unique original anatomical replica of a human vertebrae with the most precise illustration of even the finest anatomic structures of the vertebrae, exhibiting excellent quality.

Stand for Spinal Columns and Skeletons, 3 part

This stand works great for 3B Scientific spines and hanging skeleton models! Stand measures 34 inches tall on a 9.5 inch square base

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