Attending CMAS 2022: Clinical Movement Analysis Society annual meeting
We are pleased to be returning to CMAS 2022, the annual meeting of the Clinical Movement Analysis Society.
The conference is taking place on May 5th – 6th, and is hosted by Edinburgh Anderson Gait Laboratory and the Centre for Health, Activity, and Rehabilitation Research (CHEARR), Queen Margaret University. The event features an exciting programme of key note speakers, papers, case studies, and the CMAS AGM. View the programme here.
Experts from clinical and biomechanics backgrounds will be brought together to advance scientific knowledge and clinical practice in the field of clinical motion analysis with the purpose of improving outcomes for people with movement disorders.
As UK distributor for some of the world’s leading clinical biomechanics technologies, we are pleased to be representing our partners XSENSOR, AMTI, Cometa, Motek, Treadmetrix and AccuPower Solutions at #CMAS2022.
Read on to find out more about our partners, and to find out more about the latest technology for research and clinical applications, please contact Summit Medical and Scientific today on 01372 459863 or email@example.com.
XSENSOR are the leader in intelligent dynamic sensing, developing the highest-quality pressure measurement technology.
The X4 Foot & Gait System offers high-speed recording in compact and discreet on-shoe wireless electronics, which are paired with durable high-resolution sensors for accurate plantar pressure and gait analysis.
Ultra thin at <2mm, sensors conform to the footbed of the shoe and are virtually undetectable to the wearer.
AMTI are the world-leading manufacturer of biomechanics force plates, instrumented treadmills, force/torque sensors, and simulation/wear-testing machines. Their best-in-industry calibration guarantees customers the highest level of accuracy.
We’re pleased to offer a range of force platforms in various sizes and capacities for clinical and research use, including the Optima-MMS which is the only medically certified force plate system on the market. Whatever your application or configuration, we’ll find a force plate to suit your needs.
Cometa’s EMG and IMU technologies ensure high signal quality and integration capabilities, and their diverse portfolio includes miniature and waterproof sensors, transmitters with or without cable clips, and accessories.
Their systems can be used for heavy duty applications where dirt, sweat and other imperfections could compromise outputs.
Cometa’s Easy Report Software allows you to quickly and easily analyse your acquired data.
Motek’s state-of-the-art systems use instrumented treadmills, motion platforms, virtual reality, body weight support, surround sound and motion capture for rehabilitation and research.
Immersive environments and real-time feedback will engage and motivate patients.
From modular systems to the world’s most advanced biomechanics lab, Motek have 20 years’ experience in developing high-level technology for universities, hospitals, sports centres and military facilities.
Treadmetrix have developed single and dual belt high-speed treadmills, providing excellent force data, centre of pressure data, gait metrics, and signal-to-noise ratios.
Treadmetrix treadmills measure all 3 force components during walking and running up to a maximum speed of 28.5mph, and up to 35% grade elevation. Custom speed and incline grade protocols can be developed with ease.
About AccuPower Solutions
AccuPower Software 4.0 offers outstanding force plate analysis for sports biomechanics and has been redesigned to make performance assessment and baseline monitoring simple and easy.
AccuPower Software 4.0 captures research-quality data using real-time visualisation tools and integrated high-speed video, making it easy to drive better outcomes and improve patient experience.