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A health screen is designed to look out for risk and early indicators of disease. Medical professionals are welcoming the move towards people taking an active part in their own health yet, due to difficulty in measuring it, there is limited quantitative data related to musculoskeletal (MSK) health gathered during typical screening processes.
There are 17 million people living with MSK problems in the UK. Up until now we have had poor tools to accurately measure MSK health despite the fact that having good joint mobility, balance and functional strength is essential for quality of life.
At Vitrue Health we have developed a computer based system that sits in the background during an assessment gathering quantitative data about a client’s musculoskeletal status. This information allows us to help make client specific recommendations while engaging clients with understandable and meaningful reports.
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How It Works
Step 1: The client performs simple and typical MSK assessment movements in front of system (e.g. squat)
Step 2: Vitrue’s computer vision and biomechanics algorithms automatically track and assess the patient’s performance
Step 3: The system automatically generates visual and attractive clinician and patient facing reports
giving clinical indication for signposting to additional services such as physiotherapy or personal training
Better informed recommendations
using innovative technology to give accurate and clinically meaningful information to base recommendations on
increased client satisfaction with in depth assessment and understandable data presented in beautiful visual reports
a valuable addition to your current screening offering without interrupting the flow of an assessment
What Vitrue assesses
Range of motion
State of the art computer vision technology
The system is based on state of the art 3D body tracking and biomechanics algorithms. By using a depth camera the system can accurately and repeatably track the movement of the patient’s body as they perform best practice physiotherapy assessment movements. It then assesses this performance in the same way a physiotherapist does today.
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