Meddo's 3D hand motion capture analysis system enables clinicians to accurately measure and analyze hand movements in patients, providing valuable insights into their motor function and recovery progress. Our 3D hand motion capture analysis system is an advanced technology that accurately measures hand movements in patients, providing valuable data for clinicians to track and monitor patient recovery progress.
Precise tracking: The 3D motion capture analysis system provides accurate tracking of the movements of the hand and wrist, which helps in measuring the progress of the patient's rehabilitation process.
Objective assessment: This system provides objective measurements of the patient's hand movements, eliminating human error and increasing the precision of the evaluation.
Personalized treatment: The 3D motion capture system provides personalized treatment plans for patients based on their condition, which helps ensure that the patient is receiving the proper treatment and level of exercise.
Feedback: The system provides immediate feedback on the patient's movements, allowing for adjustments to be made to both the patient's rehab exercises and the therapy itself.
Motivation: The system provides visual representations of progress, making it easier for patients to see their improvement over time. This positive reinforcement can help to motivate patients during their rehabilitation process.
Advanced technology: The 3D hand motion capture analysis system uses cutting-edge technology, which offers an additional advantage over traditional evaluation techniques.
Enhanced communication: The use of technology in hand rehabilitation enhances communication between the patient, therapist, and healthcare provider.
Reduced recovery time: In some cases, using a 3D hand motion capture analysis system can lead to a shorter recovery time.
The 3D hand motion capture analysis system works by using cameras and sensors to record and track hand and finger movements in three dimensions. The system utilizes small reflective markers that are placed on the patient's hand and wrist to capture the movement data accurately. The sensors record the position and orientation of the markers, and specialized software analyzes this data to provide metrics on hand position, velocity, and flexion angle. This data can then be compared to normative data to determine any abnormalities, and a personalized rehabilitation plan can then be created for the patient's specific needs. The system provides objective and accurate tracking of rehabilitation progress, allowing for more effective treatment with detailed feedback.
Wrist Flexion/Extension: The system can track the range of motion of the wrist in both flexion and extension.
Grip Strength: The system can measure the amount of pressure being applied by the hand in a grip as well as the duration and timing of the grip.
Finger Movements: The system can track individual finger movements, including flexion, extension, adduction and abduction.
Hand Orientation: The system can track the position and orientation of the hand in three-dimensional space.
Thumb Movements: The system can track the range of motion of the thumb, including opposition and reposition movements.
Carpal tunnel syndrome: to analyze the range of motion and strength of the affected hand.
Finger sprains or strains: to track the movement and positioning of the fingers and assess the extent of the injury.
Arthritis: to monitor the flexibility and stability of the joints affected by arthritis.
Nerve injuries: to evaluate the recovery process and effectiveness of rehabilitation techniques.
Amputations or prosthetic hands: to analyze the movement and effectiveness of prosthetic hands.
Repetitive stress injuries: to assess the level of strain on the hand and determine appropriate precautions and treatments.