One of the main protocols offered with Clinical 3DMA is gait analysis. It is based on universally accepted models like Helen-Hayes or Davis.
Full body & joint analysis
Other analysis protocols available in Clinical 3DMA include full-body configurations and individual joint analysis. All of them can be accessed from the standard protocol library.
The user gets a real-time, 3D display of the movement. This feature includes orthogonal points of view for easy inspection of different biomechanical planes. They all can be reviewed after the capture.
Biomechanical parameters over time are shown on the go. Each variable is shown on an independent graph with zooming options, making it easy to focus on every detail. Several graphs can be displayed side by side.
Standard report templates are provided with each protocol. These templates can be easily customized to meet the user’s requirements. The actual report is generated automatically by the software.
This tool is available for certain protocols like gait analysis. It allows generating a single report based on several source captures, therefore expanding the sampled data and increasing the statistical relevance of the assessment.
A video camera can be integrated in order to achieve a simultaneous, synchronized real-time view of the scene together with the 3D reconstruction. The video camera can be either a webcam or a high-speed camera.
The system can work simultaneously with third-party devices like surface EMGs, force plates or pressure plates. The data is synchronized and displayed on the Clinical 3DMA interface.
This tool is meant for real-time motion assessment. It allows defining simple or composite conditions, which are verified on the go. Whenever a condition is fulfilled, the user will get immediate notice.
An intuitive database is provided with the application. This database helps keeping record of all analyses for each patient, as well as, of course, any other relevant patient information.