A new study has shown promising results for a depression app, MoodHacker, in symptom improvement and education.
Fitback uses a combination of mobile, web-based resources to manage back pain
High quality videos and a beautiful 3D heart model make this a great communication tool
Follow Tom Lewis on Twitter: @thomasllewis Use of mobile apps to support orthopedic surgeons in a range of clinical situations has been widely recognized. The ability to access clinical knowledge on the go or explain various pathologies to patients whilst utilizing a range of media has the potential to significantly improve clinical practice. There are a […]
AgingSpine is an app that has diagrams, explanations and an interactive spine model to teach patients about age related spinal degeneration
SpineDecide is an app that has patient friendly and easy to understand diagrams, images (MRI,CT, Xray) and explanations of common spine pathologies.
Discussion over the top 5 top medical apps of 2011 named by Apple’s editorial staff, with a description of each and links to iTunes
The flexibility and ubiquity of smartphones has made them a natural platform for app developers targeting surgeons – among the most mobile of physicians. In this survey, iMedicalApps looks at apps currently available for surgeons.