Download free vector illustrations of the human anatomy
Injurymap aims to increase awareness of musculoskeletal injuries and what can be done to treat them effectively. We have made our high-quality vector illustrations of the human anatomy available to everyone who wants to use them, completely free of charge. We hope that you will find our illustrations helpful and use them to share your knowledge of musculoskeletal pain and injuries. We imagine that the illustrations will be very helpful to anyone with an interest in physiotherapy and rehabilitative exercises.
You can freely download and use the illustrations for any purpose. All we ask in return is that you include the attribution link on your page when you one of our illustrations. We ask this so that as many people as possible will be able to find this page and help us increase awareness of musculoskeletal pain and injuries.
The illustrations can be downloaded in high-quality .jpg and .svg file formats to suit your specific needs.
See the full license here: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
|Ankle sprain|| || |
|Osteoarthritis of the knee|| || |
|Osteoarthritis in the hip|| || |
|Lumbago-sciatica|| || |
|Lower back pain|| || |
|Tennis elbow / golf elbow|| || |
|Achilles tendinitis|| || |
|Rotator cuff syndrome|| || |
|Neck pain|| || |
|Hip-groin pain|| || |
|Plantar fasciitis|| || |
|Jumper's knee|| || |
Are you looking for a specific illustration?
We are constantly working on expanding our library of free anatomy illustrations. If you need a specific illustration and can’t find it in our library, feel free to tweet us @Injurymap and let us know what you are looking for.
All illustrations can also be found here: Flickr, archive.org and Wikimedia Commons.