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Pressure Mapping/Gait Analysis Products

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by talysha, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. talysha

    talysha Welcome New Poster


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    Hi all,
    I have just been perusing a few of the pressure mapping systems that are currently in the market, and was just wondering if anyone has any feedback in relation to any of them? :confused:
    The uses would be fairly stock-standard... Peak pressures of foot deformities (diabetic, RA etc...), Pressure distribution L vs R, centre of pressure lines etc...
    (I am quite aware of the arguements for and against this tech, I am more just interested in the positive and negatives users of these have found)


    The ones I have stumbled across are;
    TOG GaitScan
    TekScan (HR Mat System)
    Go-tec Foot Mapping Sensor System
    RSscan

    Cheers:drinks,
    Talysha
     
  2. Boots n all

    Boots n all Well-Known Member

    We use the Fscan inshoe system, couldnt be happier with it if l wanted to be.

    If your Melb. based make a time and l will show you what we do with it and how it works for us.

    Personally l cant see the value in the mat systems with the client group you mention, you need to know what is happening inside the shoe, between the foot and TCO
     
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