Bring your game to the next level with our new movement analysis system.
Our trained clinicians work with you to unlock your performance potential. This technology captures your performance with high-speed cameras that break down your movements at a rate of up to 200 frames per second.
After gaining a comprehensive understanding of your performance history and goals, we use our system to record your movements and create a report. Our system allows us to apply 16 sensors that capture your motion, as well as 8 sensors that monitor muscle strength. These sensors combine to form a digital 3D representation of your full body that gives the most accurate visualization of your mechanics. Together with the recorded video we review your movements and detect inefficiencies which we are able to improve with corrective and strengthening exercises.
We specialize in walking and running evaluations, but the system also captures high speed motions like a golf swing or a baseball/softball pitch. Best yet the system is portable so we have the ability to bring it to where you practice. Give our office a call today to schedule your evaluation.
Run. Jump. Throw. Dance. Swing
Each individual motion requires technique.
We improved on our best practices to assist you in honing your competitive edge while minimizing the risk of injury…
- With 16 sensors that capture your motion, as well as 8 sensors that monitor muscle strength.
- We measure and record the exact response your muscles have to every action you perform.
Benefits of the Noraxon System
The Noraxon System is the most advanced 3D Motion Analysis system available today.
SPO is the only facility in Wisconsin that brings Noraxon technology to you.
The system uses 2 high-speed cameras and 16 sensors to capture your movements for detailed analysis.
The Noraxon software produces an avatar that allows you to analyze your movements from any angle.
The system also has 8 EMG muscle sensors capable of analyzing muscle activation patterns.
Noraxon allows you to view your movements in slow motion down to 1/10 of normal speed for motion analysis.