There is no doubt that technological development has greatly stimulated the development of the health care sector from the development of diagnostic and healthcare devices to the development of smart devices for both patients and physicians, and the field of physiotherapy is no exception, where many physical therapy applications go to came before the physiotherapists help to practice Work more efficiently and the days on which physiotherapists want to remember their patients, remember what exercises to do at home and how they have to do this to support their treatment quickly.
The following are 5 applications that are important for physiotherapists and help them to carry out their work more efficiently:
1. Muscle Premium application
Muscle Premium is one of the most important applications available to physiotherapists, it is a comprehensive reference to bones and muscles, as well as general injuries, conditions and treatment methods.
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This application offers doctors and physiotherapists complete anatomy models for all parts of the human body and provides access to more than 600 muscles, more than 200 bones and more than 2200 ligaments and tendons.
The application also offers video's of the most famous physiotherapists, specialists in sports medicine and orthopedic experts to explain how the muscular system works better.
Content is organized by 3D modeling, interactive animation, head and neck diseases, upper limbs, shoulder, abdomen, spinal column, back, pelvis and lower limbs.
With the app you can pronounce medical definitions, terms and Latin names, plus more than 400 questions to test your knowledge.
The app is available for Android users in the Google Play Store and for iPhone and iPad users via iTunes Store for $ 24.99.
2. Application of CORE – Clinical ORthopedic Exam
The CORE – Clinical ORthopedic Exam is an excellent reference for many physicians, including physiotherapists, orthopedic surgeons, nurses, emergency doctors, as well as sports coaches.
The application has a simple user interface and provides you with a robust database of muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons that includes more than 400 diagnoses of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases with descriptions of diagnostic, explanatory video & # 39; s and links to popular medical references.
It also gives you access to all updated references and connects them to the Pubmed medical search engine. There is also an in-app option that allows you to download and save all videos on your device and execute them offline.
The app is available for Android users in the Google Play Store and for iPhone and iPad users via iTunes Store for $ 39.99.
3 – iOrtho + application
This application has been developed by Dr. T. T. Gulick, a physiotherapist at Widener University in Pennsylvania, who has more than 20 years of experience in orthopedics, physiotherapy and sports medicine.
+ IOrtho has received many positive reviews from many organizations and has been adopted by dozens of universities to promote orthopedic curriculum.
The application provides more than 350 diagnoses of bone and muscle injuries and diseases with high-resolution illustrations and images, with more than 100 physiotherapy techniques in hand, including high-resolution illustrations.
The app is free for Android users in the Google Play Store and for iPhone and iPad users via iTunes Store, and you can sign up for more features from the app.
4- Apply muscle skeleton
The application is "Muscle | Skeleton is a useful tool for doctors, physiotherapists, paramedics, nurses and fitness trainers and offers detailed interactive anatomical models of muscles, bones and ligaments, as well as 3D models that allow you to rotate any model and zoom and move from any angle in detail.
The application gives you access to terms that relate to an anatomical part of a human body. You can choose from 11 languages and simultaneously display bilingual terms, as well as descriptions of injuries and diseases, while you save and share annotations with others.
The app is available free for Android users in the Google Play Store and for iPhone and iPad users via iTunes Store.
5. Application of massage techniques
Massage techniques include more than 130 massage techniques, about 13 complete massage sessions and an anatomical section. Each technology includes a video clip to show how it works, stationary images and a text description. You can view massage techniques based on body parts or in alphabetical order.
The massage ranges from 10 minutes to 1 hour, including full Swedish massage, tissue massage, back pain massage, leg massage for athletes, hand massage and much more.
The anatomy section contains three-dimensional models of bones and muscles with high resolution images to display the musculature with all the necessary explanatory information.
The app is available for Android users in the Google Play Store and for iPhone and iPad users via iTunes Store for $ 2.99.