Revolutionary wearable sensor technology is now available at Clear Physiotherapy to manage your injury risk and guide rehabilitation.
If your car was low on oil would you wait for it to run out and then replace the engine or would you take preventative measures like topping up on oil or driving more cautiously?
and then replace the engine or would you take preventative
Pain, aches and injuries keep you away from what you want to do. We want to keep you safe, optimise your performance and help you recover faster. To do that, we need to tailor a treatment plan that’s unique to you. Now we have a great tool that does just that. It’s called ViMove2 and it uses revolutionary wireless wearable sensors to objectively measure exactly how you move. In doing so, ViMove2 provides our team with visual, objective, easily interpreted data to improve your assessments, choose and manage treatment options designed just for you, and document your therapy progress.
What can ViMove2 measure?
ViMove2 can be used to measure movement and muscle activity on different parts of your body, or it can be used to enhance technique or optimise performance in activities like running.
ViMove2 Low Back
Every patient is different and a one size fits all treatment approach doesn’t always work. With ViMove2 Low Back, we can understand how you’re moving both in and out of the clinic, and deliver tailored treatment programs that produce real results. ViMove2 Low Back can also assess patients in and out of the clinic for up to 24 hours to pinpoint areas of concern to better-understand the factors that are contributing to your condition.
ViMove2 allows our team to collect complex running data which cannot be seen by the human eye by assessing and comparing the impact of individual variables such as speed, gradient, footwear, and running technique. We can then prescribe a tailored exercise program based on the data collected to reduce your injury risk and improve performance.
With ViMove2 Knee, our team can assess knee kinematics when a patient is performing dynamic movements. This allows us to accurately measure range, speed and direction of knee movement in two planes while a performing high-speed tests such as vertical hop and squat.