Many of the attorneys who use the demonstrative aids created by MediVisuals, or by others, are familiar with the technical aspects associated with “Laying the Foundation” of graphics for “Demonstrative Evidence.” Many attorneys using demonstrative evidence for the first time, however, are not so familiar…
Medical College of Georgia, 1978-81 Master of Science in Medical Illustration University of North Carolina - Greensboro, 1975-78 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking, Minor in Biology Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI) Professional Member since 1984, Board Certified Medical Illustrator (CMI) since 1992, Fellow (FAMI) Prior to joining MediVisuals full-time in 1989, Bob directed the Medical Illustration Department at McGuire Veterans Medical Center and worked as a freelance illustrator for MediVisuals starting in 1985. He has illustrated numerous books, journal covers, articles, and book chapters in orthopedics, trauma, and surgeries. In 1994, Bob was the featured artist in Airbrush Magazine’s article, “The Art of Medical Illustration.” Bob is an AMI award-winning medical-legal illustrator many times over.
Articles by Bob Shepherd
Cervical Connective Tissue Injury (a.k.a. “Whiplash,” “Cervical Soft Tissue Injury,” and “Cervical Strain and/or Sprain”)
"Cervical Connective Tissue Injury," "Cervical Soft Tissue Injury," "Cervical Strain," and "Cervical Sprain" are among the common names used to label specific injuries to the muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the cervical spine resulting from trauma. Proving the presence of such injuries in litigation is particularly challenging for a number of reasons.