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Examination of the spine Zebris

Objective Determination of the Shape of the Back

 

The zebris motion analysis systems offer the possibility for static spinal and back measurement. Using an ultrasound probe, defined skeleton reference points are scanned and displayed on a PC.

 

The report provides information on the positioning of the back contour on the sagittal, frontal and horizontal plane. Further output parameters are: kyphosis of the thoracic spine, lordosis of the lumbar vertebral column, inclination of the upper body, the sacral anglepelvic and shoulder obliquity, lateral scoliosis, and mobility of the pelvis and spine.

 

The measuring systems enable the objective assessment of the individual statics in 3D. The documentation of the posture typology is carried out in such a way that it can be clearly visualized and understood by the patient. It is therefore also particularly suitable for a pa-tient commencing and keeping to a posture training on his own.

We use also The zebris FDM-S System – for stance and roll-o! analysis

The zebris FDM-S System consists of a forcemeasuring plate that is used with a commercially available PC. Due to the wide variety of extension possibilities, this system can be used as a complete measuring unit for stance and roll-o! analysis.

The zebris multifunctional, forcemeasuring plate consists of a large number of calibrated, capacitive, force sensors and enables the distribution of static and dynamic forces under the feet to be analyzed during stance and gait. As a result, foot deformities, foot function and posture can be analyzed. Any number of stance tests and roll-o! patterns can be carried out directly, one after the other. Using an optional software The zebris FDM-S System consists of a forcemeasuring plate that is used with a commercially available PC. Due to the wide variety of extension possibilities, this system can be used as a complete measuring unit for stance and roll-o! analysis. module, balanceanalyses are also possible. The results are available as an evaluation report.