Pioneering a new standard in advanced motion technology
Hinge Health is pioneering a new standard in advanced motion technology by offering both wearable sensors and computer vision technology to track movement during exercise therapy programs.
With access to both technologies, participants get feedback across a wide range of activities and movements, and their care teams have additional opportunities to monitor and personalize care.
Real-time feedback to correct form and build confidence during daily exercise therapy.
Full-body assessments of strength, balance, and flexibility as users progress through the program.
Wearable sensors give users a tactile guide and specific feedback at the area where they are feeling pain as they move through daily exercise therapy, tracking reps and providing real-time feedback to correct form and build confidence.
Computer vision allows for tracking and measurement of the entire body, allowing for periodic motion assessments of the user’s strength, balance, and flexibility as they progress through the program.
Precision tracking, better personalization
Only Hinge Health computer vision technology measures human movement across 87 points on the body.
Motion assessments. Objectively measure functional ability across strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance.
Expanded exercise tracking. The combination of computer vision and wearable sensors enables the widest range and measurement of full-body exercises.
Enhanced clinical care programs. Care for difficult-to-treat areas, such as the head, neck, and hands.
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