When working with individuals who present with running-related injuries or want to maximize their running performance, tracking variables such as ground reaction forces, loading rates, contact time, stride length and cadence can be extremely useful. Our wearable DorsaVi sensor technology allows us to do this and more.
We effectively combine the fields of exercise science, bio-mechanics and physical therapy with the latest technology to help us observe, assess, and treat movement. At Perfect Stride we employ dorsaVi, a wearable computerized technology that enables us to identify and analyze the way you move, whether you’re exercising, working, or running. The DorsaVi technology sensors are attached to your body noninvasively.
Our DorsaVi adds an essential insight to deriving a physical therapy diagnosis, the ability to accurately track movements in real time. The data is collected by strategically placed sensors on the body. These sensors transmit the data while the patient or athlete is in motion, recording data at up to 200 frames per second. The data is then fed to a device (computer or tablet) where it is presented as useful information allowing us to pinpoint where problems exist, discern the correct diagnosis and prescribe the best treatment options. The optimal exercises can accelerate any needed healing and or lead to more efficient and improved movement for the patient or athlete.
The benefits of using dorsaVi are vast, we can get a clear picture of what is going on with your movement and muscle activity. With dorsaVi, much of the guesswork is taken out of isolating problem areas and determining the source and cause of any pain-points. For instance, placing the dorsaVi sensors on the lower back of someone with low back pain could potentially lead to more precise treatments than traditional approaches to pin-pointing pain while running.
The benefits of Dorsa Vi Motion Analysis include:
Who can benefit from a Dorsa Vi Motion Analysis
Our DorsaVI Protocol
2) Full Body Musculoskeletal Screen
3) Running Analysis
4) Training Review
5) Supplemental Strength and Mobility Program