Dynamic Disc Designs
Dynamic Disc Designs Corp. is a Canadian spine model company pioneered and developed by Jerome Fryer BSc DC. The attention to detail is unparalleled with many professional spine doctors and educators utilizing the models to help improve outcomes through higher patient education. If spine education is important to you, your company, or your institution, explore the most reputable spine modeling company on the market today. Our focus is on human spine models and unmatched in quality and anatomical detail — being touted as revolutionary for spine educators world-wide. Dynamic Disc Designs (ddd) handcrafts dynamic anatomy to improve the communication between doctors and patients. The bottom line– to improve clinical outcomes. Each model is handcrafted and signed by Jerome Fryer himself.
“THE FIRST TASK FOR THE PHYSICIAN IS TO SHOW THE PATIENT THE CAUSE OF THEIR PAIN.”
– KAREL LEWIT
ddd Spine Model Reviews
This model with the bulging nucleus is exactly what we see in real discs – its brilliant. It is a perfect teaching tool to illustrate …
Your models have re-established the vital importance of doctor/client communication relationship dramatically bridging the gap
It’s the best…..I particularly like the visualization of nerve and blood vessel ingrowth, and the contrasting physical “feel” …
Anatomical models need updates. “As spine research advances, so should models”, says Dr. Jerome Fryer (founder and chief innovation officer at Dynamic Disc Designs Corp). “It is important to look at pain generators dynamically to help the patient understand their often dynamic symptoms in the search for therapeutic solutions for low back and neck pain.”
He believes in the power of patient education through an accurate assessment, diagnosis and treatment to arrive at the best possible outcomes.
“A realistic model can help a patient’s sense of empowerment.” JF
This is the best lumbar spine model I have seen. I am proud to possess one. It will be of great value when explaining to my patients as well as in my research using Upright MRI
– Francis W. Smith MD Clinical Professor of Radiology Positional MRI Centre Woodend Hospital Aberdeen, Scotland