1. Prevent ACL injuries
Studies have proved that a greater than 10% power discrepancy between the right and left leg increases the individuals susceptibility of injury by 50%. Identify the risk and areas of concern with confidence as the kinetic chain is captured in all three planes. Compare the objective data as it detects asymmetries and gain insight on the compensatory biomechanics of an individual.
2. Assess fatigue
Perform multiple jumps in one recording to asses fatigue. Over time progressions and regressions can be tracked as you test and re-test in the Single Leg Hop Module.
3. Customize ACL strengthening programs
Play back the recorded jump in slow motion and capture data at the take off and landing mechanics of the individual. As the area of dysfunction is clear and a greater than 10% power discrepancy is confirmed, a customized program can target specific accommodations. Pre and post testing of the single leg hop can be tested after a strengthening program is implemented.
4. Motivate Clients
When practitioners show patients the data captured, patient retention occurs and they are more likely to stay motivated and engaged in the course of treatment. Kinetisense automatically generates reports with the raw data collected making it easy to educate and motivate clients.