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So my app would combine the ideas behind the WebMD, Hudl, and Ubersense apps. The basic idea of the app would be to create a list of possible orthopedic injury diagnoses/assessments that may have occurred from an athletic event, a trip over a curb, accident at work, house party, etc. It would start with the Hudl and Ubersense app ideas of capturing a still photo or video on your smartphone or tablet. The still photo or video would then be uploaded to the app. The app would then analyze the photo or video and create a list of possible diagnoses/assessment that may have resulted from the injury or accident. The user would be able to pinpoint on the touchscreen the exact joint or body part in question. The created list of orthopedic diagnoses/assessments could then be shared with a parent, friend of a friend who is a "doctor", or an actual physician. The information could be helpful in directing better care versus the typical verbal description performed over the phone, "Well, I fell, my body went this way and my knee went that way. So, what do you think is wrong me?"
I know what your thinking. What if you don't capture the injury at the exact time? The answer: you have someone pose or act out the injury for you in a similar way that the injury was sustained. The app would analyze the picture or video just the same.