Today we present a successful and practical example of a technological application that serves as a fundamental tool for physiotherapists: ‘Muscle Premium’, a comprehensive reference of musculoskeletal structures and their function, as well as common injuries and conditions.
This application is a very useful tool for students and a virtual reference for all physiotherapists, who can view 3D models of muscles, ligaments and bones. One of the main features of the app is its search function, which provides fast access to information on the different parts of the body and the most frequent injuries that affect them. Muscle Premium is available in seven languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Chinese.
The Degree in International Physiotherapy is delivered jointly by EUSES-UdG, the University School of Health and Sport, and ENTI-UB, the University of Videogames and Serious Games. The synergy between EUSES and ENTI is a natural and logical partnership; the sum of two branches of knowledge, new technologies and physiotherapy, provides students with added value in the development of technological tools applied to the health sector.
If you would like to learn how to create applications like this one and take advantage of all the resources that technology can offer physiotherapists, on the Degree in International Physiotherapy you will receive modern training that is open to new advances and firmly rooted in scientific evidence.