Updates for iOS11 compatibility.
PalpationMapp provides an engaging visual guide to identifying and palpating 91 essential muscles. This fun and explorative app is led by the acclaimed author of Trail Guide to the Body, Andrew Biel.
NO SOUND? We apologize for the inconvenience. There are some simple adjustments you can make on your iPad or iPhone to get the audio working:
1. Shut down your device and restart it.
2. Check the small side switch above the volume buttons. If an orange mark is visible flip the switch.
3. Swipe from the bottom of the screen up look for a Bell with a line through it. That is a mute button.
4. Swipe from the bottom of the screen up and turn Bluetooth OFF.
5. Restart the app.
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Beneficial for both students and practitioners, the user-friendly app will appeal to manual therapy, physical therapy, athletic training professionals and others who want to increase their musculoskeletal knowledge and hone their palpation skills.
Features of this app include:
§ 79 major muscles presented in an HD-quality video format
§ Presentation of more than 200 muscle overlay images from the Trail Guide to the Body book to illustrate underlying anatomy during palpation
§ Optional call-out box, for nearly every muscle, which helps the user confirm the location of the muscle being palpated
This app teaches the user to:
§ Identify and engage muscles
§ Identify key bony landmarks
§ Palpate and get a sense of fiber direction
§ Differentiate muscles, their borders and attachments
§ Shorten and lengthen muscles
The straightforward menu selection makes finding muscles within the app a breeze. PalpationMapp is a great on-the-go educational tool designed to be viewed in landscape or portrait mode.
- August 17, 2013 Initial release
- August 25, 2013 New version 1.1
- January 29, 2015 New version 1.2
- August 06, 2015 New version 2.0
- June 14, 2019 New version 2.2