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Date:4/12/2010

tremely valuable in helping me explain my patient's pain and how I plan to address the pathoanatomy with my endoscopic minimally invasive techniques," said Anthony T. Yeung, MD, Endoscopic Spinal Surgeon at the Desert Institute for Spinal Care in Phoenix, AZ.

Dynamic Disc Designs recently signed QuickMedical as a U.S. distributor for the educational models. "The demand for the models in orthopedic clinics, medical schools, hospital resident programs and universities necessitated that we utilize the expertise of a major medical equipment and supply company like QuickMedical for our U.S. sales and marketing," said Dr. Jerome Fryer of Integrated Health Centre in Nanaimo, BC and the developer of the Dynamic Disc Design models. "Fundamentally, we are a company driven by the latest spine research. I am pleased to offer educators and doctors realistic dynamic disc models with six degrees of natural freedom."

Robert A Zielke of the Zielke Law Firm in Seattle, Washington said, "Finally, a realistic spinal model that can demonstrate real-life spine injuries and importantly, show load related pain problems like disc herniations, disc bulge, nerve root and dural sac encroachment with a dynamic deforming load sensitive model. This model can explain high intensity zones (active inflammation), for example, of annular tears on MRI with a see-through vertebral lens and view of the intervertebral disc. A powerful educational tool for any Personal Injury Lawyer involved with spinal related injuries."

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