Paul Manley - Central London Back Pain and RSI Clinic:
Phone: 07925 616 753 for an appointment. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions for making the anatomical animations work
There are over thirty moveable anatomical displays on this website. It is absolutely necessary to have Quicktime on your PC in order to operate the displays. If you don't know if you have Quicktime or not, then look below at the TEST example. You should be able to make the revolving image stop by clicking on it, then to animate by holding down your left mouse button whilst moving your mouse from one side to the other and back again.
If this does not work then simply click here to download and install Quicktime.
How to make the animations work
The 3D 'movies' will animate when you press down your left mouse button and then, whilst keeping it down, move your mouse from side to side.
Hold down your left mouse button,move your mouse side to side to animate.
If you can see the animated version on the right, then practice your mouse interaction skills with it. Click on the image and you will be able to move and zoom the animation yourself.
If NO IMAGE is showing to the right of the text then you are in need of Quicktime on your PC. To download Quicktime, just click here and follow the installation instructions: Download Quicktime here.
Colour coding of muscle contraction and relaxation
Muscles in contracted state - Green
Muscles in relaxed state - Red