Anatomy is at the heart of what we do.

All of our 3D models, illustrations, and animations are created by our in-house team of biomedical visualization experts. This makes us unique in the 3D medical visualization business! Models are based on the experience our experts have dissecting cadavers, their extensive primary visual notes, and their trusted secondary sources.

After models are created or refined they are reviewed by an outside team. That team is a group of professors and medical professionals and is different for each model set (we select outside reviewers who have particular expertise that matches the content to be reviewed). Our biomedical visualization team discusses critiques and recommendations with the outside team and the models are refined as needed.   Final models are further reviewed by a test group of expert users.

Medical accuracy is critical in creating, reviewing, and displaying our content. For more information on how we develop models watch this short video that highlights our commitment to accuracy.

We began creating our proprietary models and animations of the human body over 15 years ago. Today that visual medical library includes over ten thousand assets. We are continuously adding to and improving our content as we develop new products and build on recent medical research.  The content in our library is made available through our products and through the free learning content on our popular Visible Body Blog, Learn Anatomy website, YouTube videos, and eBooks.


Our products display content from our vast library of 3D models, animations and text. This content is created by experts and reviewed by professionals. We are also in constant conversation with our customer base; many of these professors and healthcare practitioners send us suggestions for improvements, corrections, or new content ideas. We greatly appreciate all those who contribute their time and expertise. This list includes a snapshot of recent reviewers.

  • Blythe Nilson, University of British Columbia Okanagan
  • Tracey Magrann, DPM, PhD, RHIA, Saddleback College, Coastline Community College
  • Joaquin Barrios, PT, DPT, PhD, University of Dayton
  • Peter Lejkowski, BKin, DC, FRCCSS(C), Sport Specialist Chiropractor
  • Debbi Johnson, Western Connecticut State University
  • Robert W. Hasel, DDS, Western University of Health Sciences
  • Cynthia Harley, Metropolitan State University
  • Josh Puhl, Metropolitan State University
  • Christine Parker, Finger Lakes Community College
  • Molli Crenshaw, Texas Christian University
  • Stephanie Wallace, Texas Christian University
  • Andrew Criss, CUNY York College
  • Charles Wuertzer, Monroe Community College
  • Laura Merriam, University of Vermont
  • Barbekka Hurtt, PhD., University of Denver
  • David C. Ansardi, Ph.D., Calhoun Community College
  • Dr. Javanika Mody, Anne Arundel Community College
  • Megan Tobin, PhD, CCC-SLP, Nazareth College
  • Kathy Seiler, Ph.D., Champlain College
  • Jerome Danoff, PT, PhD, George Washington University
  • Nuala Heespelink, MSPT, Physical Therapist at Atrius Health
  • Paul Burke, DPT, OCS, Cert MDT, Physical therapist
  • Tom Van Ornum, DPT
  • Diane Coker, PT, DPT, CHT, South County Hand Therapy Center
  • Robert Donatelli, PhD, PT, Donatelli Physical Therapy & Sports
  • Gahl Sela PT, MPHys, Haifa University
  • Dr. Nicolai Peschel, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Nicolás Martín Nardone Luján, UCES University
  • Chad Howland, PT, DPT, Husson University