Join XSENSOR for a free webinar on 15th March where you will learn how to use plantar pressure analysis to help clinicians make informed decisions when developing treatment strategies by predicting patient outcomes.

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About the webinar

During a consultation, your patients expect you to design a treatment strategy to address their concerns. Imagine seeing the likely outcome of this plan before recommending it to your patient.

Plantar pressure mapping systems, like XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles, can provide this window, giving clinicians the confidence to decide whether or not to move forward with a particular treatment strategy or to modify it to improve the outcome.

Learn – How to use XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles to see the outcomes of mechanical treatment strategies.
Understand – The software and analysis tools that can inform you of how the treatment may affect the patient.
Experience – Case studies showing the effect of functional taping, offloading padding, and in-shoe wedging and adjustment.

About XSENSOR’s X4 Intelligent Insole System

Capture dynamic high resolution, in-the-field lab quality data with XSENSOR’s fully wireless X4 Intelligent Insole System.

The X4 Intelligent Insole System provides the most accurate plantar pressure and gait data available in any test environment.

The X4 system offers ease of use, and assurance of quality test data, for biomechanics and clinical professionals. It offers high-speed recording in compact and discreet on-shoe wireless electronics, enabled by Bluetooth, which are paired with durable high-resolution sensors.

Ultra thin at <2mm. Sensors conform to the footbed of the shoe and are virtually undetectable to the wearer.

Advanced functionality. Complete analysis for research, rehabilitation and performance using XSENSOR’s X4 Pro Foot & Gait software.

Accurate, reliable and repeatable. 3% or less full-scale error after 100,000 loading cycles.

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