Vidéo : Découvrez le premier système d'analyse de la marche de son genre


As we’ve covered in previous articles, utilizing digital pressure mapping technologies to analyze gait function and pressure profiles is crucial for researchers to identify subtle but important asymmetries. Not only can this quantifiable data be used to diagnose gait and balance disorders, gait cycle abnormalities, and others; it can also help benchmark an individual’s progress, or understand the impact of an adjustment.

Strideway™ – the industry’s only truly modular gait analysis platform pressure mapping system – offers the benefit of calculating spatial-temporal parameters, and view forces and pressure over time, across a low-profile platform with customizable lengths. Strideway captures 256 levels of pressure/force resolution, allowing the user to identify areas at risk for ulceration, stress fracture, or pain points.

Part of what makes Strideway such a valuable tool are the robust gait parameter tables that are pre-configured into the Strideway software. Within the software, users can access the following parameters:

-Gait velocity based on the patient’s specific leg length

-Step-stride length between the patient’s left and right foot, including maximum peak pressure, and foot angle

-Gait cycle, stance time, and swing time parameters, and others

-Calculate the average plantar pressure across heel pivot, midstance, and active propulsive phases across the gait cycle data collection period, and more!

See for Yourself

In this short video, Tekscan’s Marshall Kendall – the Market and Product Development Manager for Gait Analysis Products – gives you a glimpse into the powerful analysis capabilities within the Strideway software: