Clinics investing in Kinetisense experience more than improved patient outcomes; they discover diverse opportunities for Return on Investment (ROI). Whether operating on a cash or insurance-based model, clinics can leverage several successful ROI methods.
Considering the potential annual revenue, if a clinic purchases a $5000 Diamond license and serves 1000 patients, the breakdown unfolds as follows:
Combining revenues from all Kinetisense assessments and “plus 10” modules, clinics serving just 1000 patients potentially generate around half a million in additional annual revenue. These calculations don’t encompass other revenue avenues, including community screening events, partnerships, diverse CPT codes, strategic bundling, mandatory integration, and more.
My priority is assisting clinics in seamlessly integrating our software into their workflow. Whether you’re a Physical Therapist, Chiropractor, Orthopedic Specialist, Personal Trainer, Performance Coach, or in any profession benefiting from 3D markerless motion capture, I’m dedicated to guiding you through a customized integration approach. Schedule a demo via our website or reach out to me at [email protected] for further discussions.
The Kinetisense team is pleased to announce the launch of The Corrective Engine, an advanced new feature that will automatically be added to your current license. This feature includes an extensive library of 1000 correctives, offering a range of options so you can address the unique needs of each individual client or patient. In order to access this new feature you will need to sign out of your Kinetisense account and then log back in.
But that’s not all. We understand the importance of extending the benefits of this feature beyond your organization/clinic walls. Introducing our new End User Patient App! This application allows your patients to download the Patient App and perform the correctives suggested by you from the comfort of their homes, with access to instructional videos ensuring they execute each corrective properly and safely. This added convenience not only enhances the patient experience but also augments compliance as you are able to monitor their progress.
Please see document below, along with the provided training video to assist you in integrating this new feature into your daily workflow.
We understand the importance of a smooth transition, and our team is committed to providing any assistance you may need as you explore and implement these enhancements.
If you have any questions or need further information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team at [email protected].
iPad or Desktop Set-up
It is extremely important to have your device set up properly to ensure you are getting the most accurate results. First, make sure that you have a stable surface or supportive tool such as a tripod. The device should be stable throughout the duration of the assessment and should not be held in your hands when the assessment is being performed. Next, is to make sure that your camera/device is the appropriate height off of the ground. It should be approximately 3.5 – 4 feet off the ground.
Lighting is also a crucial, yet often forgotten set-up component when performing a Kinetisense assessment. Kinetisense functions in almost all settings, but will not work if the sensor is facing direct sunlight. Imagine if you were to try and take a photo facing the direct sunlight. Usually, the photo appears very white and unclear, and this is how the sensor would be impacted when using Kinetisense. This also includes bright LED lights that may be reflecting off a window or mirror. It is best to perform a Kinetisense assessment in front of a wall with no windows or mirrors behind the person being assessed.
Patient/Client Positioning and Clothing
Patient/client positioning may differ based on different assessments. Information on this may be found in the user manual, tutorial videos on the Kinetisense website and under the “Tutorial” button located on the bottom right of your screen once you have selected the desired assessment.
This can provide you with a quick visual on how the individual should be positioned based on the selected assessment. For ROM, Posture, Functional, Balance, Single Leg Hop, KAMS, KAMS IL, Overhead Squat, Posture Angel, Reverse Lunge, Vertical Jump, 5x Sit to Stand and mCTSIB the patient should be 6 – 8 feet from the sensor without any objects obstructing the field of view.
For the Risk of Fall Gait and Timed Up and Go assessment, the patient should start approximately 15 -17 feet from the sensor. The patient should also always be at least 1 – 2 feet away from the wall, especially if their clothes do not contrast with the wall. We recommend that the patient/client wear tighter fitting clothing that contrasts the background, as loose fitting dark clothing can negatively affect the accuracy of the assessments. Hats, toques and glasses are recommended to be taken off and long hair should be pulled back as Kinetisense does track the ears and eyes.
Implementing these best practices and optimal set-up tips will reduce user error and increase accuracy of assessment results.
Kinetisense enables you to view trend data on assessments and patient progression over a period of time. This can show if treatment and or correctives are improving outcomes in an individual. The screenshot below shows the trend data captured inside of the balance assessment over a three day period.
To access this data, click the patient profile you would like to generate a report on. Once in the patient profile, click the Actions dropdown, then Reports. Select the assessment or workflow to generate trend data from the list.
After choosing an assessment, a screen with all of the assessments of that type, completed by the selected patient appears.
On the right hand side of the page you are able to see the date and time each assessment was conducted, and the total score achieved.
Select the checkboxes of the assessments you would like to include, or click the checkbox next to the patient’s name to select all assessments of this type to be included in the report.
Click Share PDF at the bottom right of the page to generate the report and save it in a convenient location.
The report generated outlines the Assessment History to show total score trends to determine the progress of the patient over time.
In the world of golf, where precision and finesse reign supreme, athletes are constantly seeking innovative ways to enhance their performance and prevent injuries.
Enter the Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen, a revolutionary tool that has been making waves in the sports, rehab and fitness industries. This cutting-edge technology provides invaluable insights into biomechanics, enabling players to unlock their full potential on the course.
The Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen is a state-of-the-art motion capture system that utilizes 3D camera technology to analyze and assess an individual’s movement patterns. Tailored to the unique needs of golfers, this system captures the intricacies of a player’s body mechanics, offering a comprehensive understanding of their posture and overall movement.
The Kinetisense system transcends conventional assessments, delving into a comprehensive biomechanical analysis of a golfer’s movements. It discerns nuances of strength, weakness, and potential imbalances, presenting a precise roadmap for tailored training and enhancement. While I’ve previously relied on qualitative assessments to aid my golfers, the Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen eclipses those methods with its unparalleled accuracy and meticulous detail.
A hallmark of the Kinetisense system lies in its capacity to deliver instantaneous feedback. Golfers gain the immediate advantage of visualizing their movements on a screen, facilitating prompt adjustments and corrections. This seamless feedback loop not only expedites the learning curve but also empowers players to refine their technique with exceptional efficiency.
The sport of golf inherently exposes players to the risk of repetitive stress injuries. The Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen excels at pinpointing potential stress points and identifying areas of vulnerability.
This empowers athletes and their coaches with the insights needed to proactively implement targeted injury prevention strategies. By addressing these concerns at an early stage, golfers not only protect their long-term health but also fortify their performance on the course.
Leveraging a trove of data extracted from the movement screen, trainers and coaches craft training programs meticulously suited to the unique needs of each golfer.
This precision-driven approach guarantees that training sessions zero in on enhancing areas directly influencing a player’s performance, resulting in training regimens that are not only more efficient but also markedly effective. In the realm of golf improvement, it’s a simple truth: if you’re not assessing, you’re guessing.
The Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen provides a comprehensive set of performance metrics, including joint angles, range of motion, and stability. Golfers can track their progress over time, set realistic goals, and measure the impact of their training efforts. This data-driven approach empowers athletes to make informed decisions about their training and performance strategies.
In the dynamic arena of sports technology, the Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen stands out as a revolutionary catalyst, reshaping the landscape of how golfers evaluate and enhance their skills. With an unmatched precision in biomechanical analysis, instantaneous feedback, priceless insights into injury prevention, and elevated performance metrics, this state-of-the-art system epitomizes a comprehensive approach to elevating both the proficiency and overall well-being of golfers.
As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of our profession, the Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen stands as a beacon, empowering practitioners to elevate their capabilities through the integration of groundbreaking technology. It not only captivates the interest of consumers who are enamored with data but also becomes an instrumental catalyst for them to actively pursue score improvements.
The future has undeniably arrived, ushering in a new era where practitioners can leverage technology to revolutionize their assessment and training methodologies. For those in the field, embracing the Kinetisense Advanced Movement Screen has proven to be a game-changing experience in evaluating and refining the performance of golfers.
Stay tuned for next month’s article as we delve into the exploration of the next groundbreaking assessment tool, poised to propel your golfers to unprecedented levels of achievement.
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