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Interactive Spine

  • This 3D interactive animated spine is found on the Burt Clinic of Chiropractic’s website (Iowa, USA) and is provided by ChirMatrix.  The award-winning doctors at The Burt Clinic follow the same effective integrative approach to pain management and treatment as Intlife.
  • The 3D spine simulator shows the relationships between vertebrae and the organs and body areas that they affect, a guide to good posture and clearly show how spinal issues produce pain (disk degeneration, sciatica, etc).

3D BodyMaps and videos

This is an interactive visual search tool that allows users to explore the human body in 3-D. With easy-to-use navigation, users can search multiple layers of the human anatomy, view systems and organs down to their smallest parts, and understand in detail how the human body works.

It is found on Healthline.

Cervical Degenerative Disk Disease

Peter Grossi, MD, of Duke Neurosurgery of Raleigh, talks about neck pain and the degenerative diseases associated with it.

This explanation is  clear enough to be understood by lay people but provides a good summary for health professionals who would like to revise the topic.

This video covers the possible causes of neck pain using clear graphics and the various options to treat it.  It’s in no way exhaustive but reflects current practice.

It’s a great tool to explain why you have neck pain.

Whiplash Neck and back Pain Advice for Accident Team

Explanation with animated demonstration of a whiplash injury from  motor vehicle accident.

The video shows commonly injured cervical structures during whiplash incident including those on the spine, muscles, nerves and  ligaments plus whiplash symptoms. It’s an advert for the ‘Accident Team’ but well-worth including here as it explains the issue of whiplash so well.

Neck Pain: Cervical Spine Anatomy

A video with animated diagrams showing what the neck part of your spine looks like with all its parts.  This is useful to understand issues that affect your neck..  The video is published by Health Animations.

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CHRONIC PAIN. Visual aids.