Frequently Asked Questions
In general, if you are uninjured but would like to stay in control of your health, we recommend our Baseline Movement Analysis. If you are dealing with pain or an injury, we recommend seeing a physiotherapist or chiropractor through our sports injury therapy stream.
Our software uses deep learning for computer vision to create a digital skeleton that is superimposed on your body in realtime. It takes <3 seconds to complete this process. The software can then record joint angles, joint velocity, center of gravity and more. A five second recording can generate 30,000+ data points about your movement.
Our camera system uses computer vision and machine learning to accurately map a skeleton onto your body. The precision of this body mapping process is around 99%, translating to a variance of <1mm between sessions.
Please bring the following to your session:
- Clean, bright or light coloured running shoes
- Fitted, bright coloured athletic clothing (shorts and tank top or t-shirt)
- Hair elastic (if necessary)
Please avoid wearing patterned, black, white or green coloured clothing as it may blend with the background and affect the movement tracking.
If you are currently injured or are experiencing pain, we recommend seeing one of our therapists to get assessed beforehand.
Some of the functional movements include jumping and single-leg hopping which may increase your pain if you are currently injured. However, we can skip or substitute any movements that you are uncomfortable performing and still detect useful insights.
Yes. Visits can be claimed through your Extended Health Benefits under Physiotherapy.
Yes! Our Baseline is similar to the testing done within professional sports teams. For example, the soccer club Arsenal F.C. uses similar motion capture and strength testing technology with their athletes.
We can also create custom movements based on your specific sport. Please contact us for more information.