Whether you're working with professional athletes or weekend warriors, our cutting-edge Running Analysis module is designed to elevate performance, prevent injuries, and optimize training.
Thanks to our Running Module you can monitor an athletes ‘performance, improve running technique, and perform a dynamic evaluation of shoes.
Identify and correct inefficient running patterns
Enhance running economy and speed
Develop personalized training plans based on individual biomechanics
Injury Prevention & Recovery:
Identify and address risk factors for common running injuries
Monitor progress during rehabilitation and return-to-sport phases
Optimize footwear and orthotic recommendations for injury prevention
Rapid Performance Analysis
The Running Module enables comprehensive analysis on a treadmill in your clinic or outdoors in under 3 minutes. Now, effortlessly assess an athlete's performance in their natural performance environment for optimal results.
With our easy-to-understand interface all practitioners can read and easily interpret all the parameters of patients.
Versatile Runner Assessment
The analysis can be conducted to a Wide Range of Runners: Professional athletes seeking a competitive edge, Recreational runners looking to improve performance and prevent injuries, Individuals recovering from injuries or surgery
Average number of cumulative steps per minute.
Average running speed during the recording.
Over a running gait cycle, duration when no foot is in contact with the ground.
Average time the foot is in contact with the ground, can be expressed as a percentage of the stride time.
Average time during which the foot is not in contact with the ground, can be expressed as a percentage of the stride duration.
The distance covered in a stride between two consecutive touchdowns ofthe same foot.
Defined between the foot and the ground toexpress the inclination in the transverse plane of the foot at the three key moments in the unfolding of the step: foot in, pseudo flat foot and foot take-off.
Defined between the ground and the foot at the time of heel placement.
Maximal vertical reaction force of the ground during the contact phase.
Defined if the initial contact is rather with the heel, midfoot or forefoot.
Expresses the congruence between the values obtained for the left and right foot.
Analyze objectively the mobility of your patients with various motion disorders whether neurological, orthopedic, sports-related or age-related.
A 43-year-old man came for a consultation after experiencing pain in the right knee. He was referred by his sports physician. He runs regularly (between 35 and 60 km per week).
The patient is a 12-year-old adolescent who swims and is athletic. He made an appointment with the podiatrist to renew his soles, adapted for a foot valgus, that he has had for 4 years.
Strikes analysis of 3 runners with 3 different profiles and pathologies: Achilles’ tendonitis / Ext right knee pain with the start of a meniscal lesion / Left knee pain (ITBS).