3D biomechanical analysis system (for entities with a minimum number of scans):
Through the definition of segments joined by joints we can establish and predict the behavior between the different joint structures.
For example, we can define the femur segment and the tibial segment, establishing axes that place the knee joint, which through the three axes XYZ where we obtain the degrees of flexion-extension, rotation and varus-valgus between both segments and separately, facilitating the Study of movement.
Type of explorations:
- Analysis of the march: In static tape or free march (within a wide space).
- Sports Gesture in general.
- Cycling: Being able to analyze the mechanical behavior of the bicycle independently.
- Riding: Analysis of the rider and the horse.
There are different biomechanical models applicable according to the diagnostic interest:
- A simple lower extremity (duration approx 20 min): Fast and efficient analysis to obtain a general evaluation of the lower limb very useful in checking treatments with plantar supports and their influence on the knee or hip as well as the influence of footwear, splints And sports gestures such as soccer.
- Oxford Foot Moldel (duration approx 45 min): The model analyzes the behavior of the foot by dividing it into three segments, hindfoot, midfoot and forefoot (extra markers can be added and the function of each of the fingers can be seen) And especially indicated in podology It is currently the most complete model for the study of the foot and is used in different research centers and hospitals worldwide.
- Whole body (duration approx 45 min): The whole body analysis provides information on the behavior of the upper limbs, rachis, chest and skull, accurately defining the projection of the mass within which is of vital importance at the time of Assessing the influence of scoliosis, lower extremity asymmetries, neurological marches or sports gestures such as golf. To this model can be added Oxfor Foot Model, obtaining a very extensive exploration, depending on the available time and the intention of the test.
Once the 3D study is done together with the anamnesis, an explanatory report is drawn up with the conclusions. Through the virtual reality, an interactive 3D vision is obtained, accompanied by the graphs of diagnostic interest and an explanatory text of the same, where the diagnosis is written. As the data remain recorded, successive tests can be performed to assess the effects of treatment, improvements in sports management or results before and after surgical procedures.