If you are considering something as serious as spinal surgery, no doubt you are finding out everything you can about orthopedic surgeons and orthopedic surgery. This is essential, as the orthopaedic surgeon is just a person, too. They may not even know of the new, groundbreaking technology to which you are about to be introduced.
Suppose construction workers had to perform repairs to a building by just looking at a drawing. Sounds ridiculous, right? That is basically what the spinal surgeon has been forced to do with previous technology. Now, think of how precise a spine surgery can be if the orthopedist had the advantage of being able to hold the patient’s spine in their hand, move it in all directions, and view it from all vantage points. There is simply no reason for your orthopaedic surgeon to attempt back surgery without it. The 3D models produced by ACRM Corp are truly that revolutionary, and the technology is tested and proven, however very few surgeons know of this great medical device.
ACRM Corp (ACRMcorp.com) specializes in the creation of revolutionary 3D anatomical models which can greatly aid in spinal surgery and neurosurgery. These models allow the surgeon to actually pre plan the spinal surgery before it happens, along with many other advantages:
The new 3D models can:
- Rotate anatomical features just as if the surgeon were moving the patient’s body
- Zoom in on anatomical features for greater accuracy
- Provide accurate measurements of length, width, and height inside the body which were simply not possible before (the 3D models are accurate to 1/35th of a millimeter)
- Reduce total surgical operating time
With such a technology, surgery is made much more mathematically precise, to the point where the surgeon can, before even opening the body for surgery, pre plan the type and size of surgical instruments and implants he or she will need for the procedure, calculate the exact trajectory that these instruments will need to enter and function within the body, and identify any unseen issues that could result in surgical complications.
In short, the patient is safer when their surgeon uses a 3D model in the surgical planning stage. If one must undergo surgery, they owe it to themselves to learn about (and then introduce to their surgeon) the revolutionary 3D models that can be created from their spine (or other part of their anatomy) by ACRM Corp. They make surgery safer and more cost effective.