Capturing movements to gain an accurate picture of your gait

This state-of-the-art technology captures movements within 1/1000 of a second, giving an extremely accurate picture of your stride. A gait analysis is a powerful tool in understanding your natural movement patterns and how a particular injury might be affecting your function.

Optojump is an integrative measurement and analysis system that gathers precise, objective data to test an athlete’s ability and level of physical fitness. Optojump uses a combination of video cameras with a LED transmitting system to capture movements within 1/1000 of a second.

The sensors allow for impeccable accuracy in measuring parameters such as power, energy, vertical and horizontal distance, rhythm, contact time, flight time, and much more. The use of a dual-camera system makes it easy to review and track movements, freeze a frame, and create lines and angles on a frame-by-frame basis

All of the information is then transmitted to a computer where the data is processed, analyzed, and ultimately used in developing a specific and customized training program to help an athlete reach his or her specific goals. The system stores these results, which makes it possible to compare future progress.

With such an integrative system, a Finish Line physical therapist can easily use Optojump to take athletes through a variety of jumping, reaction time, stability and plyometric tests in addition to a regular gait and running analysis. Optojump’s ability to measure such a wide range of tasks gives the physical therapist a comprehensive overview of how a client naturally moves and how a particular injury might be affecting his or her function.

    Top reasons to include an Optojump evaluation in your training and rehabilitation plan:

  • Assess your performance and physical condition
  • Rapidly identify muscular deficiencies and measure tolerance to various work loads
  • Develop customized and diversified training based on test results
  • Periodically check the results of your training and/or rehabilitation
  • Compare your results in different periods of time in order to objectively determine the results of training
  • Examine your physical condition after an injury to develop specific actions for rehabilitation and to check progress
  • Motivate yourself in receiving tangible proof of your progress