ADiBAS Posture

A computer application supported by Microsoft, the University of Barcelona and Computer Vision Center of Barcelona. We do make a difference in our field. Check the enormous possibilities of the platform by downloading the free DEMO version.

THE PROBLEM

Both children and adults can have joint and muscle pain, specially in the back. In order to analyze these problems often visual observation is used along with devices such as the goniometer or the plum. Scientific research shows the low accuracy of these systems. To solve this problem more reliable an versatile instruments based in 3D technology are required.

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May I measure clinically the vertebral spine without any X-ray?

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How can I measure one or more joints accurately and quickly?

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How can I assess the changes achieved after the treatment?

Traditional measurement tools used in physiotherapy

There are measurement tools used in the health sector, especially in physiotherapy, to measure the joint angles or the posture in general:

  • Devices such as the goniometer or the plumb are inefficient to measure the position are inefficient to measure the posture;
  • Software that use digital photography. These software measure in 2D, but the human body is three dimensional, and this reduce accuracy;
  • Tools based on multicamera systems where a very large facilities are required to place a multitude of video cameras. They are tools of good validity but extraordinarily complex and very expensive;
  • The radiology considered as “gold standard” present the inconvenience of being an unsafe system, selective in its analysis, and requires a suitable facilities for its location; something quite unusual in the traditional physiotherapy centers.

The professional looks for measurement tools which are:

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Non invasive

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Reliable

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Affordable

ADiBAS is the solution.

THE SOLUTION

ADIBAS posture is the best solution to analize the 3D posture in an automatic, safe and reliable way. The platform uses the depth map technology obtained from the Kinect™ camera. Data provided by the software determine the angles and the distances of the body, according to the requirements of the user. Furthermore, the system allows you to assess joint posture and run any test where measurement of angles and distances is required.

Once analyzed, you can generate a report to hand out to the patient or the proffesional prescriber. Research showa that proffessionals that use technology in their diagnoses increase their credibility.

Your investment is minimal. You will quickly amortise the purchase of the product because you will be able to incorporate a new service in your business.

ADiBAS is in several languages ​​(Spanish, English, French and Portuguese) and has a built-in software to assist you in all what you need.

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RELIABLE

Excellent accuracy for the clinical analysis. It has been demonstrated by Scientific studies about validity and reliability. Use it as a measuring tool for research.

AMORTIZATION

You can amortize it quickly integrating it as a new service for your customers. Stand out from the competition and get new customers.

LOW COST

Excellent cost-benefit ratio . You just need a Kinect ™ camera and the software. It has two versions to suit your needs.

EFFICIENT

Using the function “Create Protocol”, you can quickly see the results, reducing the time required to perform a postural assessment.

CUSTOMIZABLE

It has many features that you can set up according to your needs. You can create custom templates of the more important measurements of your specialty.

INTUITIVE

The software has been designed and implemented by computer engineers and physiotherapists. We have thought about making the difficult easy. We have thought about you.

SAFE

It can be used by any person because the platform does not emit harmful radiation. No matter if the patient is a child, an elderly person, or a pregnant woman.

NONINVASIVE

Optionally and for greater accuracy, you can place adhesive markers on the patient’s skin. The rest of the process is performed automatically

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