Dynamic Foot Pressure Measurement and Gait Analysis
The DIERS pedogait system allows the functional representation of the foot pressure reaction forces while walking. The integrated measuring platform is 1.0 m long with 5.376 sensors for an exact capture of the pressure values. The admission frequency amounts to 100 Hz what corresponds to a tact frequency of 10 ms. Thereby false measurements and artefacts are avoided.
The standing treadmill can be used for static measurements of the foot pressure measurement as well as for the stabilometry.
The DIERS pedogait is prepared for the simultaneous measurement with the DIERS 4D motion® as well as with the module DIERS leg axis.
Fast Examination Procedure
Flexible Combination with other DIERS devices
The standing treadmill can be used for Stabilometry
Upgradable to a Complete Motion Analysis System
Here you can find some of the numerous parameters of a pedogait measurement:
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DIERS 4D motion® Lab
The 4D motion® system for dynamic spine measurement is the key technology for the developement of the DIERS 4Dmotion®Lab. This motion laboratory allows the synchronized measurement of the whole musculoskeletal system in a small amount of space and with easy preparation.
The foot pressure recording and gait analysis system DIERS pedoscan allows the pressure distribution on the human foot to be captured and displayed quickly and precisely, while standing or while walking.
DIERS leg axis
With the DIERS leg axis module it is possible to provide two-dimensional documentation of leg axis geometry. This allows the user to directly include the effects on the leg axis when correcting foot malpositions.
A competent team of engineers, sports scientists, computer scientists and economists is always available for your questions and suggestions.
Detailed product demonstration
Individual solutions for your practice
Competent advice on implementation
Financing that suits you
Technical planning assistance
Professional installation with flexible scheduling
Immediate assistance via remote maintenance
Regular maintenance of the systems according to the Medical Device Directive (MDD)
Training & Education
Intensive product instruction by specialists
Advanced training courses for medical assistants
Regular user meetings to promote an intensive exchange of experience