Knee Kinesiography with KneeKG
Knee Kinesiography, performed by the KneeKG™ system, accurately and objectively assesses complete movement of the knee to help healthcare professionals understand pain and symptoms - much like an electrocardiogram does for the heart. Within 15 minutes, it provides a 3D dynamic assessment of the knee to aid in diagnosing pathologic patterns and provide objective information to develop a focused treatment strategy. Patients will also have an increased understanding of their knee functions and deficits which gives them the opportunity to become more actively involved in the management of their issues.
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif's Case
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, guard for the NFL Kansas City Chiefs and Canadian medical graduate from McGill University, is one of many athletes that have suffered multiple injuries throughout their career. In 2017, during a football game, a player from the opposite team ran into his knee, severely injuring him. After his surgery, he started the long rehabilitation process. After a few months of physiotherapy, he realized that he still had persistent knee pain. He then did a Knee Kinesiography exam, and four weeks later, he was back on the field with no pain. With Knee Kinesiography, he added a few focused exercises to his daily training routine and regained his full strength.
Bruny Surin's Case
Bruny Surin is a former Olympic runner. At the age of 50, he started to feel severe pain in his knee. He was told by his doctor that he had osteoarthritis and was instructed to stop any activities that increased the impact on his knees, such as running. This was devastating news for a former Olympic runner! He then heard about Knee Kinesiography and took the test. Based on the results, a personalized training program was developed with the aim of reducing his knee pain and allowing him to stay active. Prior to the Knee Kinesiography, he rated his pain a 10 out of 10; today he is pain free.