Our core values prioritize patient experience and satisfaction, we truly strive to make a difference in the lives of patients suffering from knee pain. We have asked a few people to share their stories relative to knee pain and the impact of Knee Kinesiography in their lives. If you can relate to the testimonials of Lily, Paul, Bruny and Laurent, consult your healthcare professional and find out how you could integrate Knee Kinesiography into your episode of care.
I have no more pain during daily living activities. Going up and down stairs is not a limitation anymore! I’m able to resume dancing, cardiovascular exercises and circuit training, including squatting and lunging exercises, without any limitation due to pain. Only occasional knee discomfort following very long hikes.
I returned to a high level of physical activity without impact and I have no more pain during daily living activities. An occasional knee discomfort following pivoting and running.
My life is going back to normal, finally.
Knee Kinesiography, as a tool for the initial and ongoing management of patients, makes it possible to select the right treatment for lasting pain relief, by improving physical function and delaying the need for surgery. See what healthcare professionals are saying :
As an orthopaedic surgeon, our goal is to get the patient back to regular sports activities. The KneeKG gives us objective, reproductible, data-driven results on gait characteristics. Now we make a diagnosis based on observation. The KneeKG allows you to get objective data on which to base your decision.
Dr Thomas M. DeBardino MD, Sport Medicine Specialist
This could be revolutionary in allowing us to treat patients better, reduce cost and make much more happy patients who don’t need surgery anymore.
Dr Robert A. Stanton Md Specialist of Orthopaedic Surgery
As a surgeon, the information given by KneeKGTM allows me to better understand residual functional problems post-ACL reconstruction. We can have a better plan of action rather than the usual guess work. Bringing back young athletes to their level of performance is my goal and the more objective information we have, the better it is.
Dr. Guy Grimard, orthopaedic surgeon, Canada
DR. SERGE GOULET,
Family physician at the Charles-Lemoyne University Family Medicine Group (U-FMG) of the CISSS Montérégie-Centre and associate professor at the University of Sherbrooke. Dr. Goulet specializes in ultrasound and musculoskeletal medicine. He is also editor of Le Médecin du Québec, the official journal of the Federation of Quebec General Practitioners.