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News® Expands Orthopaedic Library with the Release of Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement® is extremely proud to announce the latest addition to our Orthopaedic Library: the brand-new HD Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement animation.

Over the past decade, reverse shoulder replacement has emerged as an alternative surgery for those patients who are not candidates for conventional shoulder replacement. The number of reverse shoulder replacement surgeries continues to rise in the United States, making up one-third of all shoulder replacement procedures performed.

Take a look at the highlights from our latest Orthopaedic animation here.

Gynecomastia Surgery is the latest HD addition to’s® Plastic Surgery Library

Did you know that over 40% of all breast reduction surgeries performed in 2015 were performed on men?® is pleased to announce the latest HD addition to our Plastic Surgery animation library:  Gynecomastia Surgery. This brand new animation explores the underlying anatomy and causes of gynecomastia, treatment options, surgical procedure, and the post-operative recovery process.

Check out the Gynecomastia Sugery teaser here.

Subscribers to our Plastic Surgery Library will have Gynecomastia Surgery automatically added to their libraries at no extra cost.

Prospective customers who are interested in licensing our animations, please do not hesitate to contact one of our customer service representatives today at 1 (775) 851-3420!® is committed to bringing our customers the most accurate and highest quality patient education tools  available!® Continues Orthopaedic Library Expansion with the Release of Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction is excited to continue the expansion of our Orthopaedic Library with the release of the brand new Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction animation.

Subscribers to our Orthopaedic Library will find that MPFL Reconstruction has been added automatically to their libraries and is ready for viewing.

Check out the teaser for the MPFL Reconstruction animation here.® Adds Updated HD Version of Fully Torn Rotator Cuff Repair to Orthopaedic Library is proud to announce the latest addition to the Orthopaedic Library: the high definition update of Fully Torn Rotator Cuff Repair. This animation release is part of’s ongoing efforts to expand and enhance the Orthopaedic Library and to supply our clients with the best patient education on the market.

Click here to view the teaser reel for Fully Torn Rotator Cuff Repair.

Fully Torn Rotator Cuff Repair has been added automatically to the libraries of our Orthopaedic Library subscribers at no additional cost. Expansion and improvement to’s Orthopaedic Library will continue in the next month with the release of the brand new Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction animation. Stay tuned!

Expanding and Enhancing the Orthopaedic Library

In case you missed it, has been busy expanding and enhancing our Orthopaedic Library with the addition of  the new Anterior Hip Replacement animation and the updated releases of  our Total Knee Replacement and Partial Knee Replacement animations. 

These animations utilize new photo-realistic 3D models and textures that depict these orthopaedic procedures in incredibly lifelike, beautiful detail. Additionally, these animations have been created in HD format to enhance viewers’ experience.

In addition to these three new animations, In 2016 will be releasing an updated, HD animation of Fully Torn Rotator Cuff Repair and a brand new animation, Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction. With the continued expansion and enhancement of our Orthopaedic Libary, maintains its commitment to provide the most accurate, comprehensive, and beautiful patient education tools available.

The Cunningham Panel™ Animation Released by® to Educate Physicians and Families About PANDAS and PANS

October 9th represents PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day. is excited to announce the release of The Cunningham Panel™ animation. Developed by Moleculera Labs™, the Cunningham Panel™ is the first and only series of laboratory tests available to help physicians diagnose and treat the infection-triggered autoimmune disorders known as PANDAS and PANS. This test can help to identify the level of autoimmune antibodies associated with PANDAS and PANS and the capability that these antibodies have to stimulate and trigger neurologic behavior. Elevated levels of these antibodies indicate that a child’s symptoms may be due to an infection-induced autoimmune response.

This custom animation explains the complex molecular processes behind PANDAS and PANS and how the revolutionary Cunningham Panel™ can help physicians in diagnosing these treatable autoimmune conditions.

Learn more about PANDAS, PANS, and The Cunningham Panel™ here.

Continued Expansion of the Plastic Surgery Library

Mommy Makeover is the latest addition to the Plastic Surgery Library. is proud to announce the release of Mommy Makeover, a new patient education animation. This animation represents the eleventh new animation in our patient education library in the last twelve months.

“We now have 44 animations in our ASPS endorsed Plastic Surgery Library. Our software provides the most comprehensive patient education experience available for doctors and patients,” said Darik Volpa, CEO of

In addition to Mommy Makeover, since January 2015 has added Fat Transfer, Breast Reduction, and Breast Lift with Implants to our Plastic Surgery Library. has been featured on Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, The Doctors, and Bodies- The Exhibition. To date, we have educated over 10,000,000 patients worldwide and we have thousands of physicians licensing content globally.® Expands Plastic Surgery Breast Procedures with the Release of Breast Reconstruction, Breast Lift, and Breast Lift with Implants Animations is excited to announce the expansion of our Plastic Surgery Library with the release of three new and updated breast procedure animations: Breast Reduction, Breast Lift, and Breast Lift with Implants.

Subscribers to our Plastic Surgery Library will have these animations automatically added to their library at no extra cost. Expansion of’s Plastic Surgery Library will continue in 2015 with the addition of brand new animations Fat Transfer and Mommy Makeover later this year. 

Breast Reconstruction Animation Added to Plastic Surgery Library’s First Animation Available to the Public on YouTube

Plastic surgeon clients of™ will have the new Breast Reconstruction animation added to their 3D animated library at no additional cost. This animation represents the sixth new animation added to the Plastic Surgery Library in 2012. It is also the first time the company will provide an animation, in its entirety, on YouTube for the general public.

This highly detailed 12 minute animation explains the various options of breast reconstruction and was developed with the expertise of Scott Wrye, MD and Wes Hall, MD, two board certified plastic surgeons. It is already being utilized on several well-respected breast cancer websites including a site by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

“Many at™ have family members who have been afflicted by breast cancer. We felt we had to provide this animation to the general public and increase awareness as much as possible. The various options for breast reconstruction can be confusing and I believe our animation will really help patients understand the options available to them.” said Darik Volpa, Founder and CEO of™.

Two HD animations added to the Plastic Surgery Library is proud to announce the release of two newly upgraded animations to the plastic surgery library. “This is our second installment of upgrades for our plastic surgery patient education library,” said CEO, Darik Volpa. “These upgrades will be ongoing for all of our plastic surgery content at no additional charge to our clients.”

The new 3D animations are available to view here:

Previous upgrades included Liposuction, Mini Tummy Tuck, Mini Facelift, Lower Facelift, and Lower Eyelid Surgery.

Upper Eyelid, Nose Reshaping and several other procedures are currently under development and will be added to the library later this year.