Optical 4D DIERS Analysis
The latest generation unique measurement system - DIERS 4D. Complete digital analysis of the locomotion apparatus.
- spine and pelvis
- examination of legs, feet and gait
- muscle and muscle mass measurements
- therapeutic suggestions
DIGITAL INVESTIGATION FRIDAY AND CLASSIFICATION
DIERS formetric measurement technology is the most widely used method for 3-D optical analysis of the spine and posture. This method was developed in close collaboration with leading universities and in research projects within the European Union.
The initial clinical goal was to develop a method of spinal measurement without radiation to reduce high X-rays when monitoring patients with scoliosis. The result is an overall three-dimensional model, showing spine shape, spinal rotation, and pelvic position.
- unique analysis of spine and measurement of postural system
- static and dynamic aft range measurement
- objective and quantitative measurement of human static and posture
- computerized 3D reconstruction of spine including all segments display
- single capture within 20 ms
- dynamic measurement up to 50 images per second to define dynamics
- minimizing posture deviations (4D)
DIGITAL INVESTIGATION OF NEW PRESSURE AND MANAGEMENT
The foot pressure capture and gait analysis system DIERS pedoscan allow rapid and accurate detection and display of human foot pressure in posture and movement. Accurate and high-frequency measurement technology offers each user the opportunity to capture and document even rapid body centre of gravity movements and load changes.
DIERS MYOLINE MULTIFUNCTION MEASUREMENT OF THE NETWORK
Allows measurement of muscle strength with up to 28 load directions for measuring force capabilities, especially isometric maximum force. Designed as a compact system to accurately capture and document the most important muscle parameters with a single device.
MEDICINAL PROPOSAL AND TERAPIES
Use of research project expertise. Therapy on medical basis
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