Quantify clinically relevant aspects of treatment including physical, surgical, pharmaco and cognitive therapies.

Quantify clinically relevant aspects of treatment including physical, surgical, pharmaco and cognitive therapies.

Quantify clinically relevant aspects of treatment including physical, surgical, pharmaco and cognitive therapies.

GAIT     |     BALANCE    |     SYMMETRY     |     ANGLES     |     REACTION

GAIT | Key ambulation metrics

Ambulation, a complex series of motions that need to be performed in the appropriate sequence, is a fundamental classification in medicine and maintaining a proper gait is essential to health and survival. Early identification of any chronic or acute neuromusculoskeletal pathology will facilitate early intervention and optimize restoration of proper health throughout the entire treatment process from diagnosis to discharge.

Routine monitoring of gait throughout the patient’s lifetime can detect pathological changes and then be used to treat and correct those changes, thus maintaining or improving the patient’s health.

BioMech Lab easily captures, quantifies analyzes and reports key gait metrics including:

TIMING

Test duration, cadence and gait cycle breakdown.

IMPACT

Average impact for each step.

TRUNCAL DEVIATION

Maximum and average deviation from starting position.

GAIT CYCLE

Single and double support time and terminal contact, as they pertain to total body movement.

GAIT 

Key ambulation metrics

Ambulation, a complex series of motions that need to be performed in the appropriate sequence, is a fundamental classification in medicine and maintaining a proper gait is essential to health and survival. Early identification of any chronic or acute neuromusculoskeletal pathology will facilitate early intervention and optimize restoration of proper health throughout the entire treatment process from diagnosis to discharge.

Routine monitoring of gait throughout the patient’s lifetime can detect pathological changes and then be used to treat and correct those changes, thus maintaining or improving the patient’s health.

BioMech Lab easily captures, quantifies analyzes and reports key gait metrics including:

TIMING:

Test duration, cadence and gait cycle breakdown.

IMPACT:

Average impact for each step.

TRUNCAL DEVIATION:

Maximum and average deviation from starting position.

GAIT CYCLE

Single and double support time and terminal contact, as they pertain to total body movement.

GAIT 

Key ambulation metrics

Ambulation, a complex series of motions that need to be performed in the appropriate sequence, is a fundamental classification in medicine and maintaining a proper gait is essential to health and survival. Early identification of any chronic or acute neuromusculoskeletal pathology will facilitate early intervention and optimize restoration of proper health throughout the entire treatment process from diagnosis to discharge.

Routine monitoring of gait throughout the patient’s lifetime can detect pathological changes and then be used to treat and correct those changes, thus maintaining or improving the patient’s health.

BioMech Lab easily captures, quantifies analyzes and reports key gait metrics including:

TIMING

Test duration, cadence and gait cycle breakdown.

IMPACT

Average impact for each step.

TRUNCAL DEVIATION

Maximum and average deviation from starting position.

GAIT CYCLE

Single and double support time and terminal contact, as they pertain to total body movement

GAIT    |     BALANCE    |    SYMMETRY    |    ANGLES    |     REACTION

BALANCE | Deviation & recovery events

Optimizing balance, whether static or dynamic, is essential to your health and activities of daily life: sitting, standing, walking, running, climbing stairs, lifting, basically everything we do. Different surfaces, lighting conditions, changing weather and many other factors affect how we move and when balance is compromised, identifying the underlying pathology and the appropriate therapeutic approach are essential to maximize treatment outcomes.

Incorporating balance as a fundamental diagnostic is clinically beneficial across the entire health care spectrum, and for patients, knowing how to maintain or improve their balance can be life-saving.

BioMech Lab directly measures, assesses and visualizes the trajectory, timeline and pattern of balance events in real time, and in three dimensions. The balance test metrics include:

DEVIATION

Assess movements away from optimal balance.

RECOVERY

Movements toward optimal balance, assessing how quickly and efficiently the patient can recover from the deviation.

TIMELINE

Graphical representation of the Deviation pattern over time.

BALANCE 

Deviation & recovery events

Optimizing balance, whether static or dynamic, is essential to your health and activities of daily life: sitting, standing, walking, running, climbing stairs, lifting, basically everything we do. Different surfaces, lighting conditions, changing weather and many other factors affect how we move and when balance is compromised, identifying the underlying pathology and the appropriate therapeutic approach are essential to maximize treatment outcomes.

Incorporating balance as a fundamental diagnostic is clinically beneficial across the entire health care spectrum, and for patients, knowing how to maintain or improve their balance can be life-saving.

BioMech Lab directly measures, assesses and visualizes the trajectory, timeline and pattern of balance events in real time, and in three dimensions. The balance test metrics include:

DEVIATION:

Assess movements away from optimal balance.

RECOVERY:

Movements toward optimal balance, assessing how quickly and efficiently the patient can recover from the deviation.

TIMELINE:

Graphical representation of the Deviation pattern over time.

BALANCE

Deviation & recovery events

Optimizing balance, whether static or dynamic, is essential to your health and activities of daily life: sitting, standing, walking, running, climbing stairs, lifting, basically everything we do. Different surfaces, lighting conditions, changing weather and many other factors affect how we move and when balance is compromised, identifying the underlying pathology and the appropriate therapeutic approach are essential to maximize treatment outcomes.

Incorporating balance as a fundamental diagnostic is clinically beneficial across the entire health care spectrum, and for patients, knowing how to maintain or improve their balance can be life-saving.

BioMech Lab directly measures, assesses and visualizes the trajectory, timeline and pattern of balance events in real time, and in three dimensions. The balance test metrics include:

DEVIATION

Assess movements away from optimal balance.

RECOVERY

Movements toward optimal balance, assessing how quickly and efficiently the patient can recover from the deviation.

TIMELINE

Graphical representation of the Deviation pattern over time.

GAIT    |    BALANCE    |    SYMMETRY    |    ANGLES    |    REACTION

SYMMETRY | Compare movements across the midline

The degree of symmetry is a measure of health and many conditions can manifest as asymmetrical movement. Comparing any two points across the midline can determine the quality and contribution of each location.

Determining symmetry can identify acute or chronic pathology and injury, and can be used during physical therapy and corrective exercise to optimize the treatment.

BioMech Lab captures, analyzes and displays the comparative information for both sensors:

PERCENTAGES

Evaluate total movement between two sensors expressed as percentages.

SYMMETRY 

Compare movements across the midline

The degree of symmetry is a measure of health and many conditions can manifest as asymmetrical movement. Comparing any two points across the midline can determine the quality and contribution of each location.

Determining symmetry can identify acute or chronic pathology and injury, and can be used during physical therapy and corrective exercise to optimize the treatment.

BioMech Lab captures, analyzes and displays the comparative information for both sensors:

PERCENTAGES

Evaluate total movement between two sensors expressed as percentages.

SYMMETRY

Compare movements across the midline

The degree of symmetry is a measure of health and many conditions can manifest as asymmetrical movement. Comparing any two points across the midline can determine the quality and contribution of each location.

Determining symmetry can identify acute or chronic pathology and injury, and can be used during physical therapy and corrective exercise to optimize the treatment.

BioMech Lab captures, analyzes and displays the comparative information for both sensors:

PERCENTAGES

Evaluate total movement between two sensors expressed as percentages

GAIT    |    BALANCE    |    SYMMETRY   |    ANGLES    |    REACTION

ANGLES | 3D functional range of motion evaluation

Proper joint function is critical to health and the ability to maintain joint integrity following injury, chronic illness, or throughout normal aging is vital. The need to assess range of motion comprehensively – in all three dimensions and in any position – is clinically meaningful.

Movement is completely dependent upon musculoskeletal system biomechanics and joint health, therefore, the importance of monitoring and assessing functional range of motion throughout life cannot be overstated.

BioMech Lab precisely, accurately and simultaneously measures range of motion in sagittal, frontal and transverse planes autonomously. The range of motion metrics include:

JOINT

Angular differences between two sensors.

GROUND

Difference between the current position of the selected sensor and the ground.

INITIAL

Difference between the starting position and current position of the selected sensor.

MAX, MIN & LAST

The maximum, minimum and last recorded angles.

ANGLES

3D functional range of motion evaluation

Proper joint function is critical to health and the ability to maintain joint integrity following injury, chronic illness, or throughout normal aging is vital. The need to assess range of motion comprehensively – in all three dimensions and in any position – is clinically meaningful.

Movement is completely dependent upon musculoskeletal system biomechanics and joint health, therefore, the importance of monitoring and assessing functional range of motion throughout life cannot be overstated.

BioMech Lab precisely, accurately and simultaneously measures range of motion in sagittal, frontal and transverse planes autonomously. The range of motion metrics include:

JOINT:

Angular differences between two sensors.

GROUND:

Difference between the current position of the selected sensor and the ground.

INITIAL:

Difference between the starting position and current position of the selected sensor.

MAX, MIN & LAST:

The maximum, minimum and last recorded angles.

ANGLES

3D functional range of motion evaluation

Proper joint function is critical to health and the ability to maintain joint integrity following injury, chronic illness, or throughout normal aging is vital. The need to assess range of motion comprehensively – in all three dimensions and in any position – is clinically meaningful.

Movement is completely dependent upon musculoskeletal system biomechanics and joint health, therefore, the importance of monitoring and assessing functional range of motion throughout life cannot be overstated.

BioMech Lab precisely, accurately and simultaneously measures range of motion in sagittal, frontal and transverse planes autonomously. The range of motion metrics include:

JOINT

Angular differences between two sensors.

GROUND

Difference between the current position of the selected sensor and the ground.

INITIAL

Difference between the starting position and current position of the selected sensor.

MAX, MIN & LAST

The maximum, minimum and last recorded angles.

GAIT    |    BALANCE    |    SYMMETRY    |    ANGLES    |    REACTION

REACTION | Motor responses to visual stimuli

The ability to react to your environment is a fundamental measure of health. Reaction to any stimulus involves sensory perception, processing and motor response. It is imperative to evaluate the function of each of these components, individually, and as they relate to each other.
BioMech Lab includes Simple Reaction Test (SRT), Choice Reaction Test (CRT), and Discrimination Reaction Test (DRT) to identify, measure and report the speed, pattern and accuracy of motor responses to stimuli, simple or complex, providing clinicians with important diagnostic and treatment metrics.

Evaluating motor response demonstrates the fidelity of the patient’s ability to perceive and process stimuli and maintain health and safety.

LATENCY

Response time in millisecondss.

CORRECTIVENESS

Decision accuracy, errors and/or omissions.

REACTION 

Motor responses to visual stimuli

The ability to react to your environment is a fundamental measure of health. Reaction to any stimulus involves sensory perception, processing and motor response. It is imperative to evaluate the function of each of these components, individually, and as they relate to each other.
BioMech Lab includes Simple Reaction Test (SRT), Choice Reaction Test (CRT), and Discrimination Reaction Test (DRT) to identify, measure and report the speed, pattern and accuracy of motor responses to stimuli, simple or complex, providing clinicians with important diagnostic and treatment metrics.

Evaluating motor response demonstrates the fidelity of the patient’s ability to perceive and process stimuli and maintain health and safety.

LATENCY

Response time in milliseconds.

CORRECTIVENESS

Decision accuracy, errors and/or omissions.

REACTION

Motor responses to visual stimuli

The ability to react to your environment is a fundamental measure of health. Reaction to any stimulus involves sensory perception, processing and motor response. It is imperative to evaluate the function of each of these components, individually, and as they relate to each other.
BioMech Lab includes Simple Reaction Test (SRT), Choice Reaction Test (CRT), and Discrimination Reaction Test (DRT) to identify, measure and report the speed, pattern and accuracy of motor responses to stimuli, simple or complex, providing clinicians with important diagnostic and treatment metrics.

Evaluating motor response demonstrates the fidelity of the patient’s ability to perceive and process stimuli and maintain health and safety.

LATENCY

Response time in milliseconds.

CORRECTIVENESS

Decision accuracy, errors and/or omissionss.

Founded by scientists and clinicians with expertise in biophysics, anatomy, genetics, neurophysiology, biomechanics, mathematics, materials sciences, fabrication, electrical engineering and computer science, we design, develop and distribute state-of-the-art analytics and products that quantify and analyze motion in real time and in any environment.

CORPORATE OFFICE

13550 Waterford Place
Midlothian, VA 23112
PHONE: +1 866 246 9999
EMAIL: info@biomech.us

Founded by scientists and clinicians with expertise in biophysics, anatomy, genetics, neurophysiology, biomechanics, mathematics, materials sciences, fabrication, electrical engineering and computer science, we design, develop and distribute state-of-the-art analytics and products that quantify and analyze motion in real time and in any environment.

CORPORATE OFFICE

13550 Waterford Place
Midlothian, VA 23112
PHONE: +1 866 246 9999
EMAIL: info@biomech.us

Founded by scientists and clinicians with expertise in biophysics, anatomy, genetics, neurophysiology, biomechanics, mathematics, materials sciences, fabrication, electrical engineering and computer science, we design, develop and distribute state-of-the-art analytics and products that quantify and analyze motion in real time and in any environment.

CORPORATE OFFICE

13550 Waterford Place
Midlothian, VA 23112
PHONE: +1 866 246 9999
EMAIL: info@biomech.us

© Copyright BioMech 2020

© Copyright BioMech 2020

© Copyright BioMech 2020