foots can foot pressure analysis system
* USB Interface
* High resolution
Full patient details and records can be stored in the database function. All recorded trials are dated to allow easy comparison of new and previous measurements to monitor progress over time.
Initial measurements provide early indication of biomechanical functions of the foot.
The advanced software allows automatic division of the foot into specific regions. This allows force and pressure distribution within these areas to be analysed and associated with certain foot mechanics and functions.
Force & pressure distribution in all regions of the foot can be analysed in graphical format, allowing insight into force & pressure in both localised and general areas under the foot during the stance phase.
Analysis of the gait cycle and associated timings can provide valuable information when assessing a patient.
Allows trials from the same or different conditions/ dates to be analysed for similarities and changes in foot mechanics (barefoot Vs barefoot, barefoot Vs Shod, Shod without orthotic Vs Shod with orthotic, walk Vs run)
Analysis of force distribution under the foot establishes balance and control of the foot during the stance phase of gait.
Advanced calculations use the dynamic data to assess the distribution of forces at key times during the stance phase. This allows the correct orthotic to be prescribed to balance discrepancies in foot mechanics that occur during the gait cycle.
This is a fully interactive tool where adjustments can be made to the proposed prescription if the user feels that specific cases require slight adjustments.
- Integrated database
- Static & Dynamic Measurements
- Extended analysis of Measurement
- Pressure/force in specific areas of the foot as a function of time.
- Ab-adduction angles and Subtalar articulation angle
- Impulse calculations
- Time presentation of 5 phases during stance and comparison with 'normal' values for walking
- Comparison screen
- Personalised Report Printouts of Analysis - Up to 15 different pages of information for clinicians records and for the patient to take away.
- Balance screen showing
- Heel rotation
- Foot balance
- Medial forefoot balance
- Forefoot rotation
- Forefoot balance
- Metatarsal loading