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CHINESPORT Posture Analysis Systems

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Anyone who wants to know a person must look at the whole body, and not at a flawless structure. Just treating the outer effects is not enough: diseased body parts, if any, must be examined to identify the causes of the disease. Theophrastus Paracelsus (1493 - 1541)

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Posture Analysis Systems GPS 400 – Global Postural System Basic Units: Lux Postural Analyzer, PODATA™ and Support Units Posture Analysis Software. Part I: Data Collection and Image Management Posture Analysis Software. Part II: Advanced Study on Stability LUX POSTURAL FOOTBOARD and Basic Stabilometric Analysis Physical Analyzer Other Instrumental Exams Cervical Test D’Osualdo Inclinometer D’Osualdo Arcometer Other useful instruments Mi.To. Postural Table CHINESPORT CULTURE - Videos & Manuals Posture Analysis Systems – Courses and Advisors Mi.To. Postural Table and Method - Courses and...

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GPS 400 Global Postural System Posture analysis system, made up of a number of units and a software that makes it possible to acquire images for body part measurements, as well as information concerning weight distribution, barycentre and stability of the patient being examined. The basic units are: “Podostabil” - code 01767, “Podata™” Stabilometric Footboard - code 01599, and “Lux Postural Analyzer” - code 01085. In addition, a bilaminate Desk Top with a plexiglas column for positioning the camera and a jointing kit for connecting the units are supplied. For more information, refer to the...

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Desk Top is a bilaminate desk with a plexiglas column for positioning the webcams (not included in the supply). Dimensions 71 x 50 x 130 H cm INTENDED USERS: Posture analysis can be used jointly in several medical disciplines if there is a will to consider the individual as a whole within a multidisciplinary treatment, therapy and prevention program. We recommend our posture analysis systems to the following professional categories: Orthopaedists Physiatrists Physiotherapists Orthopedic technicians Osteopaths Chiropractors Ophthalmologists Otorhinolaryngologists Podiatrists Orthodontists...

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POSTURE ANALYSIS SOFTWARE Part I: data collection and image management Introduction The software of the Physical Analyzer and GPS 400 / GPS 100 posture analysis systems is modular: its functions are enabled depending on the selected system. More functions can be implemented later on, adding more or different diagnostic units to the posture analysis system in use. The software is set to be operated in a multilingual environment. The user can add a new language, if the desired language is not available, proceeding to translation from English. The software also has an online help feature....

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Screen shots are subject to modification over time. The software application described here is available with the Physical Analyzer and GPS 100 systems as well. (see pages 12-13) THE GRID AND DATA COMPARISON AT DIFFERENT TIMES At the beginning of the examination it is advisable to record patient entry data (general and clinical data). Then the photo acquisition process can be started (webcam configuration is required prior to this). A photo recorded during examination can be immediately compared with a similar photo collected in previous sessions, to assess whether there have been any...

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POSTURE ANALYSIS SOFTWARE Part II: stabilometry and “the rule of 6” (“The Physiology of the Joints -volume III” - KAPANDJI •1999) Stabilometry has introduced measurement in the observation of orthostatic posture control phenomena. This allows providing figures that are useful for setting irrefutable categories as they are confirmed statistically. Thanks to stabilometry it is possible to learn the distribution of a certain number of parameters that characterize the “normal” orthostatic posture behaviour. It is then possible to affirm whether the behaviour of a patient can be counted within...

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The central nervous system, through its extero- and proprioceptive receptors, is able to identify the best postural strategies, moment by moment, adapting them to the contingent situation. As regards the upright stance, this efficiency is manifested with the distribution of body weight over both feet. More specifically, when examining a patient’s stability, the software provides interesting data as to: • localisation on the ground of a person’s barycentre projection • the dynamics of such projection at the time of observation • the localisation and dynamics of the barycentre of either foot;...

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Lux Postural Footboard and its software 01090 LUX POSTURAL FOOTBOARD Professionals can choose from a range of “test conditions”, that is a series of test situations, while investigating what afferent pathways have a negative effect on patient posture upon examination (e.g. eyes open / closed, teeth open / clenched, face to the right / left, etc.). . This is possible for other software functions as well, as those described in Part I. Such test conditions can also be customised. It is a typical stabilometric footboard with three load cells arranged along a circumference at an angular distance...

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Postural Rehabilitation Feedback Fourier’s analysis for Postural Lux The footboard allows performing postural rehabilitation as well. The patient is asked to perform those movements that allow him/her to reach certain targets on screen while maintaining the upright stance, shifting his/her weight on the platform. Fourier’s analysis allows identifying which body parts are performing movements and their frequency of movement. The whole body is represented by the fundamental frequency analysis and all body parts are represented in the harmonics displayed in the graphs. The analysis is carried...

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Podoscope and the GPS 100 system 01086 LUX PODOSCOPE It is a typical device for analysing the foot type (normal / cavus / flat) of the subject being examined. It consists of a lacquered wood frame, a crystal surface and a mirror below the glass. It is illuminated on each side by strong lights, which provides a visual image of the plantar surface of the foot and a representation of pressure distribution. “Podostabil 2” - code 01767 can be ordered as an accessory to provide greater patient safety while standing on the platform. (See page 5) Dimensions 46 x 55 x 33 H cm Capacity 135 kg 01759...

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