Download Neuropatholator apk 1.270 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 2.7 MB
The NeuroPatholator App recreates the experience of the Neuropatholator Wall Chart (an electronic demonstrator of the connections among the vertebra, nerves, organs, extremities, muscles and dermatomes made by Visual Odyssey for 35 years). This chart has be instrumental in helping Chiropractors, Neurologists, Schools, and Attorneys explain the neurologic connections and implications to health. In 2001, Visual Odyssey made a software version of this information plus an expansion of the discussion of nerve and spine related health issues. Now, this app allows a patient to access this information from their phone or tablet in accordance with their Doctors explanations. Now the public gets the power to explore these anatomy concepts while learning about an important aspect of natural wellness and health restoration.
Special Note: The spinal and autonomic nerves help regulate and control the function of tissues and organs. These schematic animations of the nervous system and human anatomy are simplified representations of a very complex system. Naturally, there are anatomical variations and neurological overlaps from one person to another. No information or interpretation of any part of this app is to be used as the basis for home treatment. Visual Odyssey does not endorse or represent any particular practice, technique or modality and does not assume medical or legal liability with respect to the use of the information this app contains.
Neuropatholator is a registered trademark of Visual Odyssey, Inc.
NeuroPatholator App is a trademark of Visual Odyssey, Inc.
Visual Odyssey Apps part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update March 9, 2012. Google play rating is 51.4286. Current verison is 1.270. Actual size 2.7 MB.
Pathetic Advertising Scheme The video you can watch before you download says it all.
Room for improvement Would be nice to isolate the individual vertibra in condition section.
Needs some work It has a good idea behind it but it requires some improvements: loading, non-webapp interface, offline use, app speed, visual appeal and so on... I can't wait to try out the newer versions.