The answer depends on your context. For instance, clinicians use Kinetisense in one of five basic ways: outreach, intake, improve existing assessments, add assessments, and developing new protocols. Some clinicians take advantage of Kinetisense’s portability and use modules like balance, posture, and KAMS to do off-site assessments for sports and geriatrics. Many clinicians use Kinetisense as part of the intake process. Clinicians can use modules like Range of Motion and Functional Movement to augment and improve the assessment processes they have already been using. With tools like KAMS and Workflow, clinics can draw in whole new patient groups. With the biofeedback capabilities, clinicians can offer a whole new level of treatment and exercise protocols.
However you implement Kinetisense, you can be sure that you will improve patient confidence and engagement and improve your clinic’s workflow and ROI.