Abrahams’ Clinical Human Anatomy course includes 500 clinical images collected by the leading international anatomist Professor Peter Abrahams throughout his career. This interactive lecture series includes dynamic Screens covering essential clinical conditions which help you gain a better understanding of human anatomy by applying it to clinical practice. Correlate anatomy to clinical practice with a wealth of medical images, including X-RAY, MRI, CT, endoscopic, laparoscopic, cadaveric, ultrasound and clinical images, and explore pathologies in all regions of the body. The detailed model helps you to view the body in a more dynamic way to aid your understanding of anatomical relationships, and the excellent medical images allow you to master essential clinical conditions that every physician should know. The images utilized in the course screens correlate to the published Elsevier text McMinn & Abrahams’ Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy.
This course looks at the benefits of kinesiology taping for the lower limb and pelvis. In this course, Aubrey details the different taping strategies for individual anatomical structures, and shows the different therapeutic techniques for specific injuries and dysfunctions. The course is supplemented with videos, detailed descriptions and rationale for the application of each taping procedure.
A supplemental anatomy course introducing the diagnostic imaging modality of ultrasound. Throughout this course the fundamental use and clinical application of ultrasound as a diagnostic tool will be explored through seven key examinations. In this course an overview of an e-FAST, AAA, Renal, Biliary, DVT, Basic Echo, and Lung scan will all be presented. Each scanning technique will introduce a relevant clinical case and guide course participants through the various relevant locations of interest and clinical concern.
A companion course to traditional anatomy lectures featuring detailed photographs of professionally dissected cadaveric tissue. The photographic library represents a comprehensive look at the human body through all body regions and systems. The course is designed to better prepare students in how to identify anatomical structures in embalmed human cadaveric specimens in either dissection or prosection based courses.
Undergraduate Human Anatomy is an interactive lecture based course studying terminology, tissues, skeleton, muscles, blood vessels, and nerves of the seven regions of the body. The regions of interest include: Back, Lower Limb, Upper Limb, Head/Neck, Thorax, Abdomen, and Pelvis. The focus of this course we will be to introduce many of the underlying concepts and principles related to human gross anatomy as appropriate for an undergraduate level of education.
AboutiMuscle 2 is an award winning Health & Fitness app that has everything you need to plan and track your fitness program. Use our anatomically correct model to identify a muscle, view a selection of exercise results, add to a workout and get moving! You can then track your workout progress, share your achievements and do it all over again for any of the 152 muscles mapped with any of the 600 associated exercises. iMuscle 2 was designed with multiple users in mind, making it ideal for fitness instructors and physiotherapists.
Explore Muscles and Find ExercisesOur anatomically correct 3D model with the musculature exposed shows superficial and many deep muscles. It’s a excellent tool for learning where muscles are located and their relationship to each other. Rotate the body and zoom into a particular area using our newly developed graphics engine. Use the scalpel tool to reveal deeper muscles. Find exercises by tapping a muscle on our 3D model or by searching our exercise database. Convenient filters help identify exercises quickly based on type, body area worked or equipment used.
Over 650 High Quality 3D AnimationsThere’s no guess work around how to perform exercises with iMuscle 2. Each exercise contains a detailed animation to assist you, as well as written instructions. You can even view animations full screen while you’re working out! Additionally, Primary and Secondary muscles are identified and exercises can be added to workouts with the tap of a button. For a complete list of our exercise database, click here. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, create a custom exercise. Custom exercises are fully integrated into the app’s database and contribute to your Progress & Stats.
Create and Play WorkoutsOur interface makes it simple to create, play, organize and edit workouts. Drag & drop exercises into a workout panel and you’re prompted to enter set, rep and weight details. 50 Preset Workouts allow you to get started right away.
Progress & StatisticsTrack your progress and stay motivated with our improved performance tracking tools. Use the Body Tracker to see where you’ve gained or lost inches. Workout Progress shows you statistics on strength, endurance and calories burned for an entire workout, as well as individual exercises.
Sync Data & Share WorkoutsAvailable on macOS and iOS Using multiple devices? No problem. Easily transfer user data and workout progress using our integrated iCloud support. Also, send your favorite workout to a friend via email.