Joint Models

Joints are points in the human body where at least two bones come in contact with another. The resulting union allows for movement, hence providing humans with mobility. Though joints can be difficult to explain, joint models provide important visual support during demonstrates on how joints function. Human joint models are particularly popular with students and patients who may only have a basic understanding of human anatomy.

Joint anatomy models permit students and patients with a hands-on method of examining how the joints function and operate. With our a wide-range of human joint models, ranging from basic joint models to highly detailed, dissectible models, you're sure to find the right joint model for your educational needs. Having educational joint models in your medical or biology classroom is the most reliable and efficient way to teach your students about the functions of the joints.

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