What are the best apps for massage therapy?

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    #1Massage Techniques

    Massage Techniques
    Massage Techniques is an app that includes 130 massage techniques, 13 massage routines and an anatomy section with a 3D model of the bones and muscles.

    iOS, Android


    Brandon Barrett
    Written on November 15, 2017
    "I am always looking for how to improve my craft as a massage therapist. Massage Techniques is a great app for all therapists out there. This app gives you many tips on how to improve your craft and how to improve your routines. A must have!"
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    #2Massage Therapist Notebook

    Massage Therapist Notebook
    Massage Therapist Notebook is a helpful app to track clients, review past session information and improve your customer service. This app supports integration with the address book, so you can keep up to date with clients.



    Barbara Ellis
    Written on November 20, 2017
    "This app is a great database idea for someone in the massage therapy field. It does cost a little to obtain but most likely extremely helpful to track and maintain customers. Comes in 7 languages so this app can be used worldwide. Even includes a diagram of the human body so you can keep track of the trouble spot of your patience. "
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    #3Massage Lite

    Massage Lite
    Massage Lite is an app to learn how to massage your partner. This lite version includes some tips and an extract of a back massage.


    Free- with in-app purchases

    Zhu Deng
    Written on July 16, 2018
    "I wanted to learn how to do massages on my girlfriend so I tried this out. It worked out pretty well, and she said she enjoyed it!"
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    #4Massage Therapy License Prep

    Massage Therapy License Prep
    Massage Therapy License Prep is an app that will prepare you for the certified therapist license exam. It features a glossary with more than 450 terms and definitions and lets you create your own flashcards.



    Susan Murphy
    Written on July 22, 2018
    "This worked great when I was getting ready to take my exam. It made remembering course information easy and convenient."
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    #5Skeletal Anatomy 3D

    Skeletal Anatomy 3D
    Skeletal Anatomy 3D is a complete tool to explore the skeletal system. Choose the structure that you want to see and learn with the diagrams, 3D images and explanations. The app features also a speed quiz 3D with 140 bones and landmark locations.



    Juan Fisher
    Written on November 22, 2017
    "Being a exercise science and movement major, we go over the body a lot. Although this is listed as a massage therapy app, it is great for learning spots of the body. The 3d effect is what's best about."
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    #6AnatomyMapp Lite

    AnatomyMapp Lite

    AnatomyMapp Lite is a useful tool for students and practitioners in manual and physical therapy. It features 364 cards with information about muscles, bones, bony landmarks, joints, ligaments and common movements.



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Larry Anderson
    Written on November 26, 2017
    "Ok. Kind of middle of the road for me. It is free initially, but if i want more information i will have to pay a bit of a fee ($15) It doesn't appear to be widely used or rated, which is another thing i don't like about it. I feel with some more searching i can definitely find something better for my needs."
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    #7Learn Muscles

    Learn Muscles

    This app includes more than one hundred images of muscles from the human body, as well as 3D models to know where are they located. You can also challenge yourself with a multiple choice quiz, to make sure you have learned everything you needed. 


    iOS, Android


    Christina Lane
    Written on November 18, 2017
    "Learn Muscles contain more muscle images. We can learn about muscles from this app. It have nice animations and video presentations. It is compatible only with ios device."
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    #8Muscle Trigger Points

    Muscle Trigger Points
    Muscle Trigger Points is an app that shows and explains trigger points and referral patterns for 108 muscles. Includes 25 videos that show how to release specific muscles. It is helpful to discover the source of pain.

    iOS, Android


    Chris Tang
    Written on November 23, 2017
    "A very useful app, with highly accurate information and an easy to use interface. It's helped me a lot in workout recovery and I'm glad I decided to buy it! Totally worth it!"


Best What are the best apps for massage therapy
1Massage TechniquesApps 12 Paid
2Massage Therapist NotebookApps 9 Paid
3Massage LiteApps 8 Free
4Massage Therapy License PrepApps 7 Paid
5Skeletal Anatomy 3DApps 6 Paid
6AnatomyMapp LiteApps 5 Free
7Learn MusclesApps 4 Paid
8Muscle Trigger PointsApps 1 Paid

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