INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DEGENERATION

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Intervertebral Disc Degeneration (IDD) is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. As a health professional, you know that educating your patients is key to providing effective care. Our modern poster on IDD is a valuable tool in helping you educate your patients about this condition.

This poster is not only informative but also visually appealing, making it easy for patients to understand. It covers the causes, risk factors and symptoms of intervertebral disc degeneration, using clear illustrations and simple language. With this poster, you can explain complex concepts in a way that patients can easily comprehend.

Overall, This poster is not only informative but also visually appealing, making it easy for patients to understand. It covers the causes, risk factors and symptoms of intervertebral disc degeneration, using clear illustrations and simple language.

In the example images, the IDD poster is paired with our Spinal Decompression poster.

*This artwork is printed on premium stock paper and does not include frame.

Shipping: 4-6 business days for US, Canada, EU, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong. Aprox. 5-12 business days elsewhere.

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Size-recommendations: To make it as easy as possible to find frames, we recommend sizes 12x16 in, 18x24 in, 24x36 in and 36x48 in for US & Canada, and 30x40 cm, 50x70 cm, 60x90 cm and 70x100 cm for European customers. 

Unsure what size will work for your clinic? Check out our size guide

INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DEGENERATION

An intervertebral disc lies between each vertebra in the spine. Each disc forms a fibrocartilaginous joint (a symphysis), to allow slight movement of the vertebrae, to act as a ligament to hold the vertebrae together, and to function as a shock absorber for the spine. Factors such as poor posture, aging, injury, or obesity, can lead to disc degeneration.

THE FOUR STAGES OF DISC HERNIATION – Disc herniation happens in four stages. The disc deteriorates and the inner material bulges out, eventually breaking through the outer layer and separating from the disc, becoming free-floating in the spinal canal. Signs and symptoms depend on where the disc is situated and whether the disc compresses a nerve or the spinal cord/cauda equina.

size

12×16 in / 30×40 cm, 18×24 in / 45×60 cm, 20×28 in / 50×70 cm, 24×36 in / 60×90 cm, 28×40 in / 70×100 cm

version

Black, White