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The Motion Cube is used in sport to assess joint movement and to help identify biomechanical imbalance or functional movement changes. The options are endless; if a sport involves movement of the body then The Motion Cube can measure, record and compare the joint movements simultaneously and accurately. Findings may then be used for technique coaching, to compare pre & post training regime outcomes, to improve performance or for early injury identification and prevention.

The Motion Cube can provide a normal baseline measurement of your joint movements, allowing for comparison following injury. Therefore the best time to be assessed is when you are injury free!

If you are unfortunate enough to get an injury The Motion Cube can be used for the rehabilitation process. This can ensure highly specific movement patterning and optimal functional re-education is achieved. The Motion Cube can also identify when your body has returned to full functional capacity; made possible by real-time accurate multi-joint analysis and feedback.

The majority of ergonomic/postural problems arise due to progressive tightening of certain muscle groups and changes in the way our body moves. This is triggered by the positions that we hold ourselves in the work environment.

The Motion Cube can measure areas of restriction in the body and highlight abnormal movement patterns. This may prevent the problem developing to the point where it causes pain or can be useful as a diagnostic tool to identify the causes behind the pain.

Clinical motion capture and motion analysis is regularly used for patient populations diagnosed with developmental disabilities and movement disorders such as cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, stroke, autism, hyperkinesis, brain/spinal cord injuries and other neuromuscular problems. Motion capture assists physicians in the pre-surgical or pre-therapy decision making process and allows therapists to better monitor patient progress during post-surgery rehabilitative treatment. All of which results in improved patient outcomes.


Instant set-up in seconds, no need to attach sensors
Diagnostic movement capture is instantaneous
Instant access to your motion in full 3D without any constraints
Exact measurement of joint movement
Precise data assessment of human motion
Removes the errors associated with sensor placement
Consistent measurement
Comparable data collection between sessions
Provides a roadmap of muscular skeletal motion