Neurological Conditions – The ability to move—or lack thereof—is a major component of many neurological conditions, from Parkinson’s disease to multiple sclerosis. Assessing rates of decline or areas for improvement is dependent on a highly accurate, objective tool such as Kinetisense. The development of standardized assessments and treatment protocols begins not just in the lab but in the clinic or out in the field. An affordable functional movement screen such as Kinetisense allows researchers to gather large amounts of accurate data in a short period.
Therapeutics – Kinetisense 3D markerless motion capture biomechanical therapy is moving outside the laboratory and beyond patient reports. Researchers and clinicians are using Kinetisense to determine which therapies are effective and how to improve them even further.
Injury Risk Mitigation – Research is showing that objective assessments and timely corrections can mitigate the risk of injury. Kinetisense has been used to show how proper movement and posture can reduce stress and strain, thus diminishing the likelihood of repetitive stress injuries. Athletic researchers use Kinetisense to help determine the best practices for training.
Athletic Performance – Athletes and their coaches are always looking for ways to reduce injury and improve performance. So researchers at universities and athletic organizations need the right tools to develop new training methods and make the fine improvements that athletes want. How can a top professional pitcher throw a fastball 0.5 mph faster? Kinetisense can help find the answer.