Coaches, trainers, and practitioners can use Kinetisense to reduce the risk of injury
Reduce the Risk of Injury from Training, Falls, or Repetitive Motion
Avoid predictable and preventable injuries with the right technology.
Kinetisense Advance Movement Screen includes a dysfunction assessment tool that helps to identify the risk of injury. This 3D functional movement screening technology gives athletes, patients, and workers the insight necessary to avoid injuries they might otherwise be susceptible to. Take an athlete in the gym, for example: If they don’t know how to lift correctly, it’s only a matter of time before joint or tissue damage occurs.
In screening for proper technique, Kinetisense gives an objective view of the biomechanics of the lift itself, offering the trainer and the lifter the opportunity to make necessary changes.
Injuries are commonplace. It’s just an unfortunate fact about the world that we put ourselves in harm’s way in our jobs and when we exercise. The good news is that the vast majority of potential injuries are preventable.
An injury and illness prevention program in the workplace or at the gym that includes Kinetisense gives employees and clients the tools necessary to understand their body and movements to correct for mistakes that could cause harm.
Kinetisense technology can be a key element in creating a healthy gym and work environment for employees or clients.
Kinetisense gives an objective look at the movements people use every day and can be a valuable piece in a workplace or gym safety training program.
Assessing the risk of injury isn’t limited to the gym or workplace. Kinetisense’s 3D balance and functional movement modules are perfectly suited to assessing the risk of geriatric fall in older adults. Medical practitioners can use this technology to make evidence-based suggestions for their patients. Should they use a cane or a walker? Are there improvements that could be made to a patient’s shower or entryway?
With Kinetisense data backing up a practitioner’s opinion, better outcomes are sure to follow.
Repetitive motions in the workplace are a leading cause of injury to the neck, shoulder, hands, and wrists. Whether your employees’ work practices include sitting at a desk and typing or lifting boxes, Kinetisense can be a key part of maintaining occupational safety and health.
By using Kinetisense to assess workers for healthy movement practices, employers can reduce potential workers’ compensation costs and create a happier, healthier workforce.
The Number of Days an Average Repetitive Stress Injury Takes to Recover
Sports injuries are fairly common, but coaches, athletes, and parents often fail to consider the internal damage that may occur, specifically in the brain. With Kinetisense’s 3D balance module, it’s possible to establish concussion baseline scores so that over the course of training, or after falls or injuries, the extent of any damage can be measured objectively.
Players of sports such as football are obvious candidates for this sort of testing, but recent evidence suggests that falls or hits to the body can also cause significant brain injury. There’s no harm in getting an objective assessment for any player as a part of an athletic safety program.
Each assessment takes only 15 to 20 seconds and is completely unintrusive. With such an affordable system, what is there to lose? With a quick demonstration, we’ll be able to show you how Kinetisense can help your and clients avoid injuries and push their performance!