How it works
The Plantiga Platform enables practitioners to easily perform walk, run, jump and load tests.
Perform simple movement tests to assess function, gait, asymmetries, performance ability and readiness.
Easy-to-use web and PDF reports allow for fast identification of health changes and performance thresholds.
Engage individuals in managing their health, flag changes and risk factors and track meaningful progress.
Sensors, charging dock, insoles, analytics and reports.
Our reports support exercise programming and treatment decision making. Compare against database population norms or individual baselines. Review online or share PDFs.
Practitioners can use Plantiga in different applications – from rehab to performance to health and wellness.
• Capture pre-injury data
• Screen for risk factors
• Assess potential
• Monitor training consistency
• Track total, volume & intensity
• See load asymmetries
• Clear phase progression • Track limb asymmetries • Assess functionality
• 2 and 6 min walk test
• Distance and gait speed
• Assess risk
• ACLR rehabs
• Meniscus & ligament injuries
• OA Knee, Patellar Tendinopathy
• FAI | Hip OA / THR
• Hamstring injuries
• Groin injuries
Foot & Ankle
• Sprains and stress fractures
• Achilles rupture, tendinopathy
• Plantar fasciopathy
• Monitor disease progression
• Assess gait retraining
• Provide device or brace fitting
• Conduct baseline measures
• Assess with walk or jump tests
• Manage RTP risk
Build an individual’s movement signature by measuring fundamental human activities.
What We Measure
By combining AI and our sensor data we have developed a clinical-grade wearable that produces a suite of high-accuracy gait and performance metrics.
Speed, distance, ground contact time, cadence, stride length, gait and asymmetries.
Speed, distance, ground contact time, cadence, stride length, peak accelerations, peak decelerations and asymmetries.
Single & double leg jump height/distance, flight time/contact time, reactive strength index and asymmetries.
Total load, intensity, total volume and limb asymmetries.
Get access to the beta program. Send patients or clients home with sensors to track at-home rehab sessions and training. Get objective data on their day-to-day movement quality. Launching Fall 2020.