Dry Erase Brain Anatomy Posters
Dry erase poster: PMBS (Posture-Movement-Balance-Stability)
This conceptual poster is designed to facilitate patient education about functional neurology. Inspired by the TBI course taught by the Carrick Institute, it contains images representing the four major systems for expression: auditory, vestibular, visual, and somatosensory. In addition, this 2-foot by 3-foot illustration also includes the following images:
• A picture of the brain with a matching color of cerebellum to cortex
• A picture of the eyes with muscles written in the direction of prime movement and colored in association with the cerebellum that controls them
• A red "R" and "L" that indicate which mesencephalon controls a particular muscle
Dry erase poster of the brain, the brachial plexus, lumbar plexus and sacral plexus
A 2-foot by 3-foot poster. This product shows color-coded brachial, lumbar, and sacral plexi Illustrating the sensory and motor functions of nerve roots and peripheral nerves. This brain diagram poster includes:
• The Brachial Plexus – divided by roots, trunks, divisions, cords, and terminal branches
• The Individual nerves of the lumbar and sacral plexuses
• A list of nerves and their associated motor functions in their respective brachial plexus anatomical section
• A list of entrapments of the upper and lower peripheral nerves that point to their respective locations
Dry Erase Brain Anatomy Poster of the Brain with Primitive Reflexes and Milestones
This 2-foot by 3-foot poster, which includes information similar to the regular poster of the brain, such as a list of the left and right brain functions, as well as a muscle testing chart. In addition, the poster illustrates when primitive reflexes appear and when they should be inhibited, along with developmental milestones from one to 36 months. This brain diagram poster also shows a sensory and motor homunculus.
Dry Erase Brain & Anatomy Posters
This item is a great neurology resource for understanding the left and right functions of the brain. A 3-foot by 2-foot poster, which includes a list of both the left and right brain functions, as well as a muscle testing chart to identify brain-based muscle weakness patterns. This dry erase poster also shows a sensory and motor homunculus.