I would like to know what applications (if any) that you use to help you practice? I don’t have too many but did want to share and also find out some that you use too. So, here is what is on my list:
-I do recommend Clinically Relevant Technologies applications. The CORE Exam application provides data (specificity, sensitivity, etc) on special tests. I also enjoy turning back to Dr. Rhon’s manual therapy techniques for the spine, LE and UE. You can read a post I wrote in the past here.
-BMI calculator. Converting into metric system is just too hard. Makes it easy to calculate BMI so I can use it can be a jumpstart to talk more into nutrition, physical activity, etc. but also fulfill PQRI requirements.
–EIM PT Mobile. A pretty good push service for various journals that I am interested in.
–Papers. A very thorough organizing tool that I use for digital copies of journal articles. I find it very useful mainly due to its search engine and ability to write notes. Honestly, I still use Dropbox more often even though I had to pay for Papers! Maybe I am just still too new to it.
–iSpineCare. An excellent education tool for patients! I use the 3D pictures/videos predominantly to show pathology (such as disc herniations, DJD, stenosis, etc) but also does an great job at demonstrating anatomical detail for muscles. I plan to write a longer post on this application in the near future.
-Wordpress. So I can write quick blog posts and also check on comments/stats.
I am more interested in what you use, especially if you have any good anatomy applications for pictures (such as Netters). There are many out there but I am more interested in what I would use in daily physical therapy practice. I would love your feedback!