The Cervical Spine range includes all the spine models, from the shortest segments (for example: C4/C5), to the whole Occiput/C7 models (with and without nerve roots, with and without arteries)
Not only you can choose the height of your spine, but also the material which will constitute the vertebrae. we can provide mainly three types of texture:
Solid Foam (the most common): a spongious material, easy to drill, very realistic and quite economical
Resin (the most advanced): this new material is litteraly unbreakable! Harder than the solid foam, it sometimes has to be pre-drilled before delivery. But the sensations while placing the screws are great, and the longevity of the vertebrae, even after a multitude of workshops, is a valuable advantage.
(There is no reference yet for this Resin, but it is available on demand, do not hesitate to contact us!)
White Rigid Resin (the most aesthetic): This is a whiter and harder resin, very beautiful thanks to its "pure" white, but not recommended for workshops as it is difficult to work on. We would rather recommend the white rigid resin spines for exhibitions.
These materials can also be used for the cervical spines that are included in the Cervical Spine Surgery Simulators.
These models are compatible with Creaplast holders (ref: CSHA (anterior) & CHSP (posterior); please check out the "Holders" page for more information)
They can also be included in elastomer, which is a flexible material, notably useful for distraction and cage placement. (ref: CSEA (anterior) & CSEP (posterior); please check out the "Elastomere Inclusions" page for more information)
|CN00||Cervical spine in solid foam occiput to C7.|
|CN01||Cervical spine in solid foam C1 to C7.|
|CNP||Partial cervical model (free choice of level)|