DYNAMIC BODY TECHNOLOGY

The Movement Data Company (™)

We are a South African medical technology business  focused on adding value to multiple industries that rely on measuring and tracking body movement at high sample rates in 3D.

Our 3D Joint ROM technology solutions empower medical professionals to gather movement data with Bluetooth sensors and stream it in real-time to your tablet.

This allows the medical practitioner to record and then analyze data movements from high level measuring averages right through to a granular level to see nuances in the movement for a particular snapshot in time. Our solution allows for both in-practice and remote monitoring of patients and their recovery.

Dynamic Body Technology is focused on developing new and innovative products for the medical industry.  Our team comprises medical specialists, entrepreneurial thinkers, business and strategic leaders and most importantly our customers who provide constant feedback to help improve our products based on their usage.

Using state of the art technology combined with an experienced medical team, we create leading products for the eye care, physical therapists, occupational therapist, chiropractors.  Our product range has always been focused on developing products for both medical experts, and rehabilitation and therapeutic devices for the home user.

MTN APP OF THE YEAR AWARDS – 2018

3D Joint ROM from Dynamic Body Technology was selected as one of the finalists in the 2018 MTN App Of The Year awards in the healthcare category. With over 700 entries in 12 categories, these awards recognise some of the most innovative technology companies in South Africa.

GAP INNOVATION AWARDS

We’re proud to announce that Dynamic Body Technology has been selected as a finalist in the GAP Innovation Awards recognising innovation in the South African biosciences sector.

The nomination see the team working with experts from The Innovation Hub in South Africa and the Emory University Goizueta Business School to rapidly bring our solutions to market.

 

 

How does it work?

Follow these 3 easy steps:

  • Setup your patient record capturing key information including:
    • Contact details
    • Medical insurer
    • Dominant hand
    • Height and weight

  • Select the limb that you are measuring and fit the sensors as instructed
  • Wait for the sensors to calibrate

  • Measure and capture data in real-time for review in a variety of formats including raw data, 3D model and graphing
  • BONUS: Identify pain markers as patient moves through range