Utilizes motion capture technology incorporating ground force reaction and electromyography instrumentation with NIH developed Visual3D biomechanics software, as well as, proprietary equipment and software.
Not all motion analysis is the same
Some facilities advertise “motion analysis” or “gait analysis” when they are using conventional videotaping equipment.
Research has shown that understanding movement on the transverse (or coronal) plane of the body is critical to managing many injuries and disorders. Computerized, three-dimensional motion analysis synchronizes movement with kinetic or joint force measurements which is not routinely available in two-dimensional video analysis.
BioMotion Labs technology meets the requirements of the AMA CPT Code 96000.
Who would benefit from clinical motion analysis?
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