Functional & Physiological Human Skeleton Model Frank


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Frank features an impressive new assembly of all the joints that enable it to make individual movements that are almost true-to-life

Demonstrate the complex movement sequences of the upper limb

The shoulder blades twist when the arms are raised. Even the position of spoke bones and ulna in relation to each other during internal and external rotation of the forearm can be shown clearly.

The flexible spine

This skeleton can make natural movements (lateral bend, movement and stretching, rotation).



knee joint

When the knee joint is stretched and bent, thanks to the flexible assembly, the position of the knee cap can be demonstrated.


hand bones

The hand bones have been assembled on wire to show their natural position.


Foot Bones

The flexible assembly of the foot bones makes them maneuverable. Even the low level of maneuverability of the sacroiliac joint and the sacrococcygeal symphysis can be demonstrated.