A Powerful and Objective Movement Screening Tool Developed by Movement Experts
Applications across a variety of industries, from athletics to research
A Team of Movement Experts
The Kinetisesnse team is made up of a multidisciplinary group of industry experts. This has allowed us to build a system that has real applications for trainers, coaches, medical practitioners, chiropractors, researchers, and beyond.
Meet our team of movement specialists. We are fully committed to showing you how the Kinetisense technology will take you and your facility to the next level of body motion analysis. When you work with us, you have access to a full team of movement scientists.
Dr. Ryan Comeau – Co-Founder and CEO
Dr. Ryan Comeau is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kinetisense. Dr. Comeau played NCAA Division 1 Hockey at the University of Alaska before completing his Doctorate at the Southern California University of Health Sciences. His love for sports performance and neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation drove Dr. Comeau to develop an efficient and objective markerless motion capture system.
Dr. Comeau has presented and lectured across North America and the world on the importance of objective movement assessments and associated corrective movement strategies. He is considered an expert in markerless motion capture and its applications in the fields of sports performance and MSK rehabilitation. Dr. Comeau has advised and treated professional sports athletes and organizations in the NHL, NBA, NFL, and MLB.
David Schnare – Co-Founder and Director of Technology
David Schnare is the co-founder. With more than 26 years of experience in the information technology (IT) field with Hewlett Packard, David has continually expanded his technical and business capabilities through training and practical experience. These experiences and certifications in best practices of IT management have enabled David to deliver exceptional value to the Kinetisense customers and staff.
David has a passion for project management and leads the strategic software development department of Kinetisense.David’s MBA business training paired with information technology experience is a valuable asset that allows Kinetisense to continually drive novel development and maintain Kinetisense technological advantage.
Evan Kawa is the Lead Senior Developer at Kinetisense. Evan has over ten years of experience developing applications utilizing Computer Vision, VR, and AR across a wide range of platforms. With a background in user experience (UX) design and implementation, Evan has joined the Kinetisense team to help continuously improve the Kinetisense App by integrating new technologies, developing highly requested features, and iterating on design to create the most cutting-edge and easy-to-use movement analysis system in the world.
Manager – Sales and Strategic Partnerships
Director of IT and Design
Rodrigo is the Director of IT and Design at Kinetisense. Originally from Brazil, Rodrigo played professional soccer there and in Spain. While in Brazil, Rodrigo attended the Rio de Janeiro State University where he took Physical Education and coached University teams before making his move to Canada.
After moving to Canada, Rodrigo attended Keyano College and Medicine Hat College for soccer. He received a certificate in Business Administration and a diploma in Information Technology during his time at both schools. After he was finished playing at Medicine Hat, he transitioned to coaching. Before joining Kinetisense, Rodrigo worked in the registration department at Medicine Hat Regional Hospital for about 2 years, while also doing work as a graphic designer.
Associate of Product Advancement
Tess is an Associate of Product Advancement for Kinetisense. Tess played post-secondary Basketball while studying at Medicine Hat College, where she received a diploma as an Occupational Therapy Assistant/ Physical Therapy Assistant. During her studies, Tess was inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa Honour Society for outstanding grades. Since graduating, Tess has obtained a certification from NASM as a Senior Fitness Specialist and worked in a Long Term Care and Assisted Living Facility.
Tess was introduced to Kinetisense through her time with the Medicine Hat College Rattlers Basketball team and has seen personal advancement through the software.
Brent Kilbasco is a Senior Engineer at Kinetisense. Brent has 12 years experience in developing and leading teams of developers in building software applications ranging from educational games for children to training courseware for the Department of National Defence, to full stack enterprise application suites.
His passion for development and both visually and functionally elegant code can be traced back well before his professional days. He fell in love with coding in grade school when taking his first programming class. After being introduced to programming and software development, all his lunch hours were spent tinkering and building small apps and turn-based role-playing games.
A coding heavyweight and software optimization and performance expert, his keen interest in motion tracking, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, coupled with his love for helping people has brought him to Kinetisense to put his passion into the Kinetisense App.
Dr. Beau Sauls
Product Advancement Consultant
Dr. Beau Sauls is the Product Advancement Consultant at Kinetisense. Dr. Sauls began using Kinetisense while in chiropractic school and helped implement the technology into the student clinic at Parker University, including staff doctor training. He also started the Kinetisense Screening Club, where students meet to learn how to use Kinetisense to assess and help their future patients. Dr. Beau Sauls is a functional movement and active rehab specialist and is opening the Kinetic Centre Dallas (Texas) to continue to change patients’ lives and help people move more functionally, using objective data provided by Kinetisense.
Dr. Beau is the host of KinetiKast, a podcast centered around the Kinetisense technology and how to use it to improve movement, performance, and rehab. Featured guests include Dr. Ryan Comeau, Dr. Bill Morgan, Rich Froning, Dr. Patrick Vellner, Patrick McKeown from the Oxygen Advantage, and many more!
McKenzie is a Unity developer at Kinetisense with a main focus on mobile application design and development. He has 5 years of experience of working on various websites and applications. McKenzie passion is to develop new products and he is excited to expand on Kinetisense’s strong software foundation.
Intermediate Unity Developer
Liam Liu is a Unity developer that has a passion to be creative and develop new and exciting projects. He has worked on multiple mobile games and applications professionally and as passion projects. Liam is always eager to learn and develop his skills. He looks forward to aiding Kinetisense while also learning from everyone else here.
As the world’s first patented markerless motion capture analysis system, Kinetisense allows you to engage with your patients and provide them real-time biofeedback for how they truly move. Gain the data you need to analyze over 40 joint ROM movements with the click of a button, and give your patients the ability to move with ease.
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