KneeKG by EMOVI
KneeKG by EMOVI
Knee Kinesiography with KneeKG
You suffer from knee pain and would like to know the cause?
Have you already consulted but the pain is persistent, and the symptoms limit your activities? The treatment plans you tried did not achieve the desired results? Knee Kinesiography with the KneeKGTM system can help you track a solution!
What is Knee Kinesiography with KneeKG?
Knee Kinesiography with the KneeKG is meant to go beyond symptom management! Knee Kinesiography is a medical exam of the knee performed while the knee is moving while the patient is walking on a treadmill. The system is attached to the knee in order to evaluate joint function. In the same way the EKG is performing for the heart, this exam allows to know the state of the knee joint by capturing the movement. This helps to understand the deficits related to pain. The exam allows to identify and treat the causes of the pain with the right information: Knee pain generally appears with the movement of the joint and is related to biomechanical dysfunctions. There is little or no correlation between functional joint pain and the static image tests like the X-ray and the MRI.
Who is the Knee Kinesiography addressed to?
The knee exam with Knee Kinesiography is recommended in order to evaluate the knee motion in 3D for patients with impaired knee function due to orthopedic causes.
- Ligament injuries;
- Knee osteoarthritis;
- Sports injuries;
- Meniscal injuries;
- Post-surgery pain
After being diagnosed with osteoarthritis concerning his knees, Bruny Surin, 1996 Olympic gold medalist, tried Knee Kinesiography with the KneeKG in order to help him stay active. Thanks to his Knee Kinesiography and to the treatment plan based on this collected data, his knee pain went from 10/10 to 0.
After an injury in 2018, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, guard for the Kansas City Chiefs and medical graduate, felt that his rehabilitation was not quite optimal. He tried Knee Kinesiography with the KneeKG and the treatment plan he received helped him to recover completely from his injury. A few weeks after his exam, he noticed a significant improvement that allowed him to be the same athlete he was prior to the injury and return on the field with 100% of his capacities. This incident also made him realize the need for change in knee care.