For more than three decades, injury screening services have relied on a subjective approach to mitigate the risk of injury or to help you heal. The traditional Functional Movement Screen (FMS), considered the gold standard of subjective assessments, relies on visual analysis and video capture, seen by the human eye at approximately 20 frames per second. To do this, you stand in front of a camera while performing specific exercises. Later on, a physical therapist reviews the footage and grades your movements. While this can be helpful in analyzing your movements, it can only go so far to treat and prevent injuries. Because it relies on a subjective human interpretation of your movements, you have little to go on other than the physical therapist’s word and—hopefully—their expertise. This process fails to generate any real data, meaning preventing and treating ACL or other major sports injuries becomes a guessing game.
Our approach, on the other hand, prioritizes analytical, objective thinking. We’ve developed an objective analysis of your movements by using cutting-edge motion capture, infrared and sonar-based assessment that records movement data at 200 frames per second. Our screening records biomechanical data in real time, providing objective metrics faster and with more accuracy than traditional methods. Our system generates real data that can be used to quickly create objective, quantifiable reports and statistics you can easily review and understand. We provide a bigger-picture perspective with data-driven analytics you can use to perform better on and off the field. With our in-depth approach, we’re filling the void in movement science by detecting movements and issues that even a trained human eye can miss.