Get to Know Your Body from the Inside Out

Being injured can be a frustrating experience—it feels like losing control of your body. But there's an app that can put you back in the driver's seat by showing you the inner workings of your anatomy, from the largest muscle to the smallest nerve.

Zygote Body is a tool that helps you understand the body’s makeup through a hands-on 3D image. It allows users to peel apart the layers of the body for exploration, and to zoom in on specific areas. That means when your doctor or physical therapist diagnoses an injury, you'll be able to take a closer look at exactly what's happening to your muscles, ligaments and/or tendons. And the app will help you get to know your body overall, making you better equipped to pinpoint injured areas and describe them to your doctor.

Get more information and download the app at zygotebody.com.

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