BTS G-WALK is the ideal solution for treating pathologies related to common gait disorders. It is also a highly effective tool for fall prevention and can aid in diagnosing abnormal gait patterns in a matter of seconds.
The G-WALK is a gait analysis system - all in a device that is only slightly larger than a credit card!
BTS G-WALK is a wireless system consisting of an inertial sensor composed of a tri-axial accelerometer, a magnetic sensor, and a tri-axial gyroscope, that positioned on L5, allows a functional gait analysis.
After the data has been captured, the system extrapolates all of the spatial-temporal gait parameters required to automatically perform a diagnosis or to define a training strategy .
BTS G-WALK is an intuitive and easy-to-use solution to obtain accurate, objective and quantitative data.
There is absolutely no preparation required to run an analysis and reports are automatically generated after each trial. These factors make the G-WALK an ideal tool for a wide range of applications. From injury and fall prevention to rehabilitative work; the G-WALK is a truly revolutionary tool in the world of gait analysis.
BTS P-WALK is the ideal solution to treat pathologies related to balance and gait disorders.
The system is composed by multiple pressure platforms that join in a sensorized walkway which allows a functional gait analysis, through the static and dynamic measurement of plantar pressures and step forces.
The system extrapolates from the data acquired all the spatial-temporal gait parameters required to perform a diagnosis or to define a training strategy.
BTS P-WALK is an intuitive and easy-to-use solution. The quick to execute tests that do not require any subject’s preparation, together with the automatic report generation make BTS P-WALK suitable for a wide range of applications: prevention, diagnosis and follow-up of rehabilitative or pharmacological intervention.
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Clinical gait analysis on a walkway with force measurement
Analyze video and forceplate data easily!
Clinical gait analysis on a walkway can be enhanced by using one or more force plates. Beside kinematic data, the kinetic data is acquired and kprovides significantly more information. This greatly enhances clinicians and researchers' ability to analyze gait patterns of patients and subjects. Furthermore force analysis is a widely used method to provide real-time feedback about movement to both the patients and clinicians. Fields of application include: dynamic and static prosthesis adjustments, orthotics tuning and fitting, and research into various intervention methods.
Quickly and easily determine if your intervention (prosthetic, orthosis, brace) has your patients' forces properly aligned during the gait cycle.