After-Hours Urgent Ortho Care is now available in Wilton, Monday to Friday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm and Saturdays from 12:00 to 4:00 pm. Walk-ins welcome.

Advanced Motion Analysis

ONS is now offering Advanced Motion Analysis, a movement-tracking technology our physical therapy staff can leverage to supercharge your treatment plan. This technology provides additional data and insights leading to increased precision and personalization for our patients. 

  • Athletes – Whether you’re a pro athlete or just love staying active, motion analysis is a useful tool. It gives us a detailed look at how your body moves during workouts and sports. With this info, we can fine-tune your technique, prevent injuries, and improve performance
  • Mature adults/Seniors interested in fall prevention – As we age, the risk of falls increases, but we can take proactive steps to stay on our feet. Motion analysis allows us to closely examine how you move, pinpointing any areas of weakness or imbalance that could lead to a fall.
  • Those recovering from injury or surgery – Motion analysis can help you bounce back following an injury or surgery by supercharging your rehab plan. We’ll track your progress every step of the way, making sure your physical therapy plan is tailored to your needs.

Analysis Process

  • Performing Specific Movements: The individual performs specific movements or actions that are relevant to their analysis’s objectives. These can range from simple movements to complex sport-specific actions.
  • Recording Movements: The system captures the movements using its cameras. The cameras create a real-time digital model of the individual’s movements.
  • Processing the Captured Data: The raw data captured by the system is processed to construct a detailed and accurate representation of the individual’s movements. This involves filtering noise and interpolating missing data.
  • Analyzing Movements: Our physical therapy team will analyze the processed data to assess the individual’s biomechanics. This can involve examining aspects like joint angles, speeds, accelerations, and the timing of movements.
  • Reviewing Analysis Results: The results of the analysis are reviewed with the individual. The results focus on risk of injury and ways to potentially mitigate those risks.
  • Providing Feedback: Based on the analysis, actionable feedback is provided. This might include recommendations for technique adjustments, training modifications, or injury prevention strategies.
  • Implementing Changes: The individual implements the recommended changes in their training/everyday activities or technique.
  • Follow-up Analysis: Follow-up analyses may be conducted to assess the effectiveness of the changes and make further adjustments as necessary.

KAMS Functional Movement

Advanced Movement Screen analyzes multisegmental joint compensation patterns of 12 evidence-based assessments. This triplanar assessment protocol takes approximately 3 minutes to complete and assesses over 350 movement dysfunctions and compensatory patterns. 1CS has applied evidence-based scoring algorithms for each assessment based on a multitude of peer reviewed literature.

  • Multisegmental Movement Screen
  • 12 Evidence Based Movements
  • 3 Minutes to Complete
  • 350 Dysfunctions Analyzed
  • Functional Planar Mapping

Advanced Reporting

The Reporting Engine showcases your assessment results with clear visuals, graphs and charts. With the Reporting Engine you can select any assessments that have been completed for the respective patient, the report is generated in seconds. The reports have proven to be a valuable tool in insurance remuneration and intra and inter clinic multidisciplinary care.

Contact Us

To schedule an assessment, please call our office at (203) 869-1145.

With multiple locations across the region, find the one that is most convenient for you.