[quote user="Jason"] Like what pictograms ? Take 4 times a day, with meals and at bedtime. [/quote] Sometimes I do trigger injections, so Graham's video was apropos. Since I do osteopathic manipulation sometimes (my training is D.O. family practice), I find "pictograms" much quicker and easy to follow than describing "somatic dysfunction" or "osteopathic lesions (I dislike either term, really) longhand. Arrows to a body part or shaded body parts are much more readily comprehended than columns of stuff like "T3 SB Left Rot R" (T3 Side Bent Left, Rotated Right). So I like homunculus or skeletal types of pictograms to use for drawing upon. For urgent care, I like lots of detailed hand and extremity anatomical drawings to illustrate wounds. I have drawn some with a graphics tablet, much easier to use saved ones.