Muscle Premium 12+

Human Anatomy & Kinesiology

Visible Body

    • 3.9 • 18 Ratings
    • $0.99



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Over 300,000 users! Join the students, physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, sports medicine specialists, and other orthopedic specialists who use Muscle Premium to better understand and explain how the muscular and skeletal systems move the human body.

*** Gold Award for Mobile Tool/Resource from Digital Health Awards***

“Amazing for being able to get a 3-dimensional and inside/outside view of the muscles. Highly recommended. The best I've found yet.” — User

“This app is excellent, the best... [e]specially for students studying medicine or anything related like massage therapy, nursing or just for self knowledge.” — User

Use Muscle Premium as a personal reference, to visually communicate anatomy and function, instead of a textbook, or to create a virtual lab experience.

The app includes:
+ 3D models of muscles, ligaments, bursae, and bones—with blood supply, innervation, key bony landmarks, and textbook-level definitions.
+ 3D models of common conditions including: Cervical spondylosis, lateral epicondylitis, medial epicondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist sprain, rotator cuff tear, torn meniscus, osteoarthritis of the knee joint, and many more.
+ Over 50 interactive models of common muscle actions
+ Video presentations by physical therapists, doctors, and researchers that review normal anatomy and common conditions.

Purchase includes all content. No additional in-app purchases.

This app includes the option to set the display language to English, Spanish, Italian, German, French, Simplified Chinese, or Japanese. Audio in the video presentations is English only; subtitles available for all languages listed.

What’s New

Version 7.1.56

The reference app adored by muscle and bone specialists has been expanded. In addition to 3D models of normal anatomy and pathologies, now the app includes a whole new educational video series by experts in the field!

Seven comprehensive video sets (21 video presentations in all) showcasing common pathologies and the anatomy and biomechanics related to each one. Review normal anatomy. Study biomechanics. Learn common conditions and pathologies. Each video presentation is given by a highly specialized healthcare professional.

Video sets include:

Adhesive capsulitis:
Shoulder anatomy and function
Implications of adhesive capsulitis
Stages of adhesive capsulitis
Hip labral tears
Hip anatomy
Hip biomechanics
Hip labral tears
Osteoarthritis of the knee
Knee anatomy
Knee biomechanics
Plantar fasciitis
Foot anatomy
Foot biomechanics
Plantar fasciitis
Spine anatomy and function
Common causes of sciatica (part 1)
Common causes of sciatica (part 2)
Meniscal tears
Knee anatomy
Knee biomechanics
Torn meniscus
Total hip replacement
Hip anatomy
Hip biomechanics
Total hip replacement

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

pt4pain ,

Good, not great

Great for personal trainers, and undergraduate students, graduate students (PT, OT, Medical, etc.) should look elsewhere for more detail however. It's difficult to zoom from certain perspectives and the videos are rather specific (ie. at the glenohumeral joint they describe adhesive capsilitis, but go into no detail regarding the osteokinematics or arthokinematics of the joint). Also the animated movements are good for beginners, but true joint/bone/muscle movements aren't depicted very well.

Cliff’s I Cloud ,

Super helpful

Don't hesitate. I also have 3D4Medical Complete Anatomy - if you only get one, get Muscle Premium. Great for peeling away layers, rotating in any direction to view from any angle. And the muscle animations are fantastic!
A must have program.

kinakomochi ,

Why am I not able to view any annotations?

Try to label annotations with pointers to several muscles; asks to save which I do... but when the muscle is viewed again, no notes / annotations exsit. Same issue with Human Anatomy Atlas, which I had to stop using as my notes are 80% of retention for A&P.

Also... why are there no back buttons in an app that costs so much? Why must I constantly hunt for the way to return to a previous view or function or mode?

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback! I've passed along your comments/suggestions to our developers.

App Privacy

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