Using artificial intelligence in the processes which enable the computer to learn to do tasks natural to the human brain covers many areas. In particular, those that seem simple but, when automated, can streamline the work. This is, in fact, the essence of the project that we are implementing right now using machine learning. Its […]>
VRneck SOLUTION – application
The project will also include an application for analyzing results obtained with the use of the VRneck device. This software will enable users to create their own motion disorder grids for particular spine segments, and create innovative functional boards of motor tasks for identifying dysfunctions. In the case of advanced functional impairment, during analysis it will also be possible to take into account the results of other examinations (e.g. X-ray, sEMG, Stabilizer, etc.) known for a given patient. The functionalities of this module will also enable users to carry out statistical analyzes of VRneck examination results. This module will also offer the option of creating reports and printouts.
As various doubts may arise when analyzing patient’s examination results, the analysis app will have the functions of conducting multi-party medical consultations between physiotherapists and/or doctors. For that purpose, the module will provide chat or videoconference features which will make it possible to see and analyze ambiguous measurements or analysis results.
The final stage of works on the VRneck SOLUTION system will be its integration with the use of selected cloud computing technology. The cloud that will be the common denominator for all the system components. Apart from the diagnostics workstation features, all the other functionalities of the VRneck SOLUTION system will be provided to users in the form of services of a selected cloud solution.
VRneck SOLUTION is a project aimed at building a global system supporting decision-making in the process of diagnosis and rehabilitation of persons with functional impairment of cervical spine, cervicothoracic junction and craniocervical junction. The system may be used both by professionals – doctors, physiotherapists, certifying physicians from companies and insurance institutions – and patients themselves. […]>
One of key design components is a diagnostics workstation. Its major feature is diagnosing functional impairment of cervical spine and cervicothoracic junction and supporting treatment in that field. Diagnosing cervical spine disorders consists of many elements, including: anamnesis, X-ray examination, sEMG examination, manual examination, examining nerve and muscle coordination with the use of Stabilizer, VRneck […]>