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Primal Pictures Launches Functional Anatomy for Movement & Injuries (FAMI) App Series for Health and Fitness Professionals
Date:7/23/2013

LONDON, July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Primal Pictures has launched aFunctional Anatomy for Movement & Injuries (FAMI) app series, developed in partnership with a team of anatomists, physicians and fitness professionals.   Each ipad application provides 3D interactive views of a specific joint, animations of joint movements, principles of movement, and clinical examples of common injuries. The content is brought to life through animation of related yoga, Pilates, and weight-training exercises. 

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The first apps, FAMI: Shoulder and FAMI: Hip, are now available in the Apple app store. Apps for the knee, elbow, back & abdomen, ankle & foot, wrist & hand, and head & neck will also launch soon.

The app series features Primal Pictures' award-winning 3D anatomy imagery, along with content collaboratively developed by Stephanie P. Marango, MD, RYT; Carrie McCulloch, MD; Matt McCulloch, BFA; and, Jeffrey T. Laitman, PhD, FAAA. In conjunction with their internationally renowned FAMI Workshop, this team developed the FAMI app series to provide clinical education to movement professionals seeking a greater knowledge of anatomy, movement and injuries.  

"A wide range of fitness professionals, physical therapists and health practitioners are being relied upon for health maintenance and injury rehabilitation and they need to be more knowledgeable than ever about the human body," says Dr. Marango, lead author of the series. "Our collaborative team of physicians, anatomists and fitness professional
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