Balance—Balance represents your ability to maintain balance and control during testing. We record data while you squat and perform single-leg hops to rate your balance. ACL injuries are frequently the result of losing balance. By improving balance, you mitigate the risk of an ACL injury.
Symmetry—Symmetry is a measurement of how much you rely on the right or left side of your body in relation to each other. Our screening determines how much you use one side compared to the other. If you’re overcompensating for one side over the other, you are more vulnerable to a major sports injury such as an ACL tear or other traumatic injury or reinjury.
Stability—Stability indicates how well you can maintain balance, control landing, cut, pivot, and stabilize your knee during athletic movements. We measure stability while you perform single-leg hops. Lack of stability can increase your chances of sustaining a non-contact ACL injury or other traumatic sports injury.
Flexibility—Flexibility demonstrates your range of motion or flexibility. We measure flexibility while you perform a series of lunges. If your movement is restricted, your ability to control balance and absorb shock may be limited, significantly increasing your risk of a serious injury.