Combining simplicity and sophistication for various clinical and industrial evaluations, OrthoImager™ leads the market in digital analysis.
Using digital images to evaluate range of motion, posture and biomechanics, it is an economical solution for objective evaluations and comprehensive documentation.
Any of the OrthoImager’s various evaluations may be utilized as a part of a progressive measurement sequence which will help assess the need for future treatment.
A postural analysis is administered to accurately and reliably evaluate an individual’s general standing posture and balance from both an anterior and sagittal perspective. The determinations provide improved comprehension of the subject’s postural mechanics including any deviations or compensations.
A two-dimensional static lift model is utilized to reliably predict any biomechanical risks that may exist as a result of poor body mechanics, extreme postures, excessive load carrying or any combination of the three. To ensure a more accurate evaluation, anthropometric measurements are determined along with angular joint values. WARNINGS appear when a compressive or torque value exceeds recommended safe values proposed by NIOSH and OSHA.
A cervical analysis is administered to accurately and reliably evaluate an individual’s cervical ability as it relates to human kinesiology and biomechanics. The ROM examination objectively measures and documents the cervical motion and its subsequent limitations, if any. The biomechanical predictions provide improved comprehension of the subject’s cervical mechanics and posture.
A virtual X-Ray can be created for each evaluation in the OrthoImager. Include precise skeletal representations in your reports at the click of a button.
- Windows Vista, Win 7, Win 10
- 6MB Hard Disk Space
- 16MB RAM
- Image Capture Device: digital camera, scanner, etc.
Click the links below to download sample OrthoImager reports in Acrobat PDF format.
Click here to download a comparative analysis study of OrthoImager’s Static Lift component and hand calculated biomechanical predictions of forces on the L5/S1 region of the vertebral column.