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  • Life size, on stand.
  • Ball and socket joint
  • Demonstrates anteversion, retroversion, abduction & internal/external rotation.
  • Includes flexible artificial ligaments.

A hip joint model serves educational, medical, and research purposes, offering a detailed representation of the hip joint anatomy. Here’s a brief overview of its uses:

  1. Anatomy Education: Used for teaching anatomy, allowing students to study the structures and movements of the hip joint in detail.
  2. Orthopedic Studies: Beneficial for orthopedic education, illustrating the anatomy and mechanics of the hip joint in the context of musculoskeletal health.
  3. Physical Therapy Education: Useful in physical therapy education for understanding the hip joint’s range of motion, functions, and rehabilitation exercises.
  4. Orthopedic Surgery Planning: Healthcare professionals may use this model for surgical planning and visualization of procedures related to the hip joint.
  5. Sports Medicine Training: Relevant in sports medicine education, providing insights into hip joint injuries, prevention, and rehabilitation strategies.
  6. Patient Education: Enables healthcare practitioners to visually explain hip conditions, injuries, and treatment options to patients.
  7. Biomechanics Research: Used in biomechanics research to study the mechanics and movements of the hip joint, contributing to a deeper understanding of human motion.
  8. Rehabilitation Training: Supports training in rehabilitation settings, helping practitioners and patients understand hip joint exercises and therapeutic interventions.
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