StaticVR, Static Force Plates for Assessments & Rehabilitation
StaticVR is a simple & efficient solution for an efficient management of your patients.
The +: agility
Mobile use (home, EPHAD...) on a tablet or smartphone (Android, iOS) thanks to Bluetooth® compatibility with the Kforce by Kinvent® software suite.
Compatible with all types of screens: video projector, TV ...
FAST & REPRODUCIBLE ASSESSMENTS :
MOTIVATING, VARIED & PLAYFUL REHABILITATION WITH VIRTUAL REALITY :
In short, the StaticVR :
Some of the exercises available with the StaticVR force plates:
CTSIB VR :
Sensory organization test, Balance assessment, support distribution. Stabilogram - Statokinesigram - Sensory Organization Synthesis with Conditions 3-6: image controlled by head movements along the 3 axes (unique) - Spectral Analysis by Wavelets and Polar Representation of the Stabilogram (Requires a foam block type Airex© for conditions 4 to 6)
LOS - stability limits balance
Software allowing to make a balance and to determine the limits of stability of an individual as well as its strategy of balancing in the sectors approaching this limit.
Breakdown of support - balance sheet :
Software for assessing the distribution of support by foot in real time.
Measure in % of body weight or in kg of right and left support but also the % of anteroposterior support of each foot individually.
Transfers of the Medial-Lateral supports during a ski run simulation
360° postural control work with double task exercises (upper limbs)
Center Of Pressure Pursuit:
Feedback, precision, amplitude of support transfers (Center of Pressure),
Walking on the spot
Software for re-educating the adaptive reactions to the patient's destabilization at the margin of his stability limits. Work (increase) of the Limits of Stability.
And much more, not to mention all the new features developed every month.
*Source: Hoffman, H. G., Richards, T. L., Coda, B., Bills, A. R., Blough, D., Richards, A. L., and Shararar, S. R. (2004). Modulation of thermal pain-related brain activity with virtual reality: evidence from fMRI. Neuroreport, 15(8), 1245-1248.