Seat of a lumbar vertebra. Formed by three modules, represents two vertebrae and an intervertebral disc.
Upper module: The seat is cushioned with comfortable foam. It has two variants. With and without backrest.
The variant without a backrest can have a top cover and a drawer inside.
The variant with the backrest has adjustable mechanisms in height and depth of the backrest. The back, with the form of a cross, represents the spinal cord and the nerve roots.
Intermediate module: This module represents an intervertebral disk. An inflatable balloon represents a nucleus pulposus, and the cords the fibrous ring. This module can be used as a proprioceptive plate.
Lower module: it has wheels in the lower part to allow the mobility of the seat. The lower module can have a top cover and a drawer inside
Vertebral Seat functionallity
Seat with different heights: According to the number of modules placed
Depending on the height of the balloon once inflated.
Explanation of the anatomy of a vertebra and its intervertebral disc.
The balloon represents the nucleus pulposus of an intervertebral disc.
The string represents the annulus fibrosus of an intervertebral disc.
The backrest represents the spinal cord and nerve roots.
The upper and lower modules represent the vertebral bodies.
Storage in the upper or lower drawer, depending on the model.
Proprioceptive exercises in a sitting position, through the instability caused by the ball depending on the pressure it has.
Proprioceptive exercises in standing position. Using only the intermediate module, through the instability caused by the ball depending on the pressure it has. The patient stands on the module with both feet.