London, UK (PRWEB) May 22, 2012. Primal Pictures has launched 3D Anatomy for Manual Therapies, a comprehensive digital resource for massage and manual therapists in training and practice. Primal Pictures publishes the most complete and medically accurate interactive 3D model of the human anatomy.

Available as digital Web-based product or multimedia DVD, 3D Anatomy for Manual Therapies provides a complete 3D interactive anatomy atlas including all bones and muscles, as well as an overview of the neurovascular and lymphatic systems. An extensive muscle atlas shows 174 muscles individually, with origin and insertions. Users can easily interact with the 3D models to rotate, add or remove layers and identify any structure, and access a library of 124 trigger points and associated pain referral regions.

“3D Anatomy for Manual Therapies is both comprehensive and interactive, offering virtual immersion into anatomical structures,” said Judith DeLany, L.M.T., lead author and director of the NMT Center. “By exploring the interrelationship of anatomic structures and critical trigger points, students and practitioners alike gain a true understanding of the results of manual therapy approaches.”

A team of renowned experts contributed extensive reviews of 28 different manual and massage therapy techniques, including craniosacral therapy, Rolfing™, kinesiotaping, NMT, orthopedic massage, reflexology, trigger point release and many more. The reviews provide insight into the technique from definition to guidelines and contraindications, with one-click access to related clinical support material including video clips, photographs and illustrations.

To purchase 3D Anatomy for Manual Therapies, go to http://primalpictures.com/3D-anatomy-manual-therapies.aspx.

About Primal Pictures

Primal Pictures offers the most complete, detailed and medically-accurate 3D model of human anatomy for students, educators and health care practitioners. Primal Pictures’ award -winning 3D range of human anatomy, surgery and specialty titles are used for patient education and practitioner reference worldwide.

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