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Low Back Pain Chart 20x26

$19.99

BARCODE: 9780781782432
BARCODE: 9780781782432
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This 20x26 inch human anatomy poster shows lower spine, pelvis tumors, infections, degenerative disease, ankylosing spondylitis and more.
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Lower back vertebrae support your weight when you are sitting or standing. Therefore, the most com­fortable position is often lying down. Excessive bedrest can lead to muscle atrophy and more pain.

This poster offers insight into protect­ing healthy backs and the process of healing ailing ones. Purchase this popular medical poster for doctors’ offices specializ­ing in rheumato­logy, chiropractic adjustments, pain manage­ment and orthopedic surgery.

 

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Using the latest AAPS and ACP low backache guidelines, this visual and textual overview of the condition explains types of low back pain, causes, symptoms, treat­ment, manage­ment and prevention. The 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster depicts a human figure with pain, numbness and tingling radiating into the leg (radiculopathy). Sagittal view of lower spine is shown with tumor of the spinal cord, bone spur impinging on spinal nerves, sciatica, compression fractures, and herniated disc.

Anterior view of the lower spine and pelvis shows tumors, infections, degenerative diseases, ankylosing spondylitis, sacroiliitis, arthritis and intrapelvic mass. Correct postures and tech­niques to avoid low back pain are discussed. ©2008

 

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Lower back vertebrae support your weight when you are sitting or standing. Therefore, the most com­fortable position is often lying down. Excessive bedrest can lead to muscle atrophy and more pain.

This poster offers insight into protect­ing healthy backs and the process of healing ailing ones. Purchase this popular medical poster for doctors’ offices specializ­ing in rheumato­logy, chiropractic adjustments, pain manage­ment and orthopedic surgery.

 

More

Using the latest AAPS and ACP low backache guidelines, this visual and textual overview of the condition explains types of low back pain, causes, symptoms, treat­ment, manage­ment and prevention. The 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster depicts a human figure with pain, numbness and tingling radiating into the leg (radiculopathy). Sagittal view of lower spine is shown with tumor of the spinal cord, bone spur impinging on spinal nerves, sciatica, compression fractures, and herniated disc.

Anterior view of the lower spine and pelvis shows tumors, infections, degenerative diseases, ankylosing spondylitis, sacroiliitis, arthritis and intrapelvic mass. Correct postures and tech­niques to avoid low back pain are discussed. ©2008

 

  • Recommend hygienic satin UV lamination