Get insights into plantar pressure and function with Tekscan technology.
Create Educated Treatment Plans with Insights into Foot Function.
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Tekscan offers a broad range of easy-to-use and proven tools for assessing foot function through force and pressure distribution analysis. Unique insights on foot function from these systems help clinicians determine the root cause of problems in the lower extremities.
Whether you choose our F-Scan™ in-shoe analysis system, Strideway™ platform or a pressure measurement mat, you can be confident that you are always receiving objective and actionable information to address and treat foot function abnormalities. Tekscan's foot function analysis systems provide insights to help you:
Tekscan has two distinct configurations of in-shoe analysis and pressure platform systems to help you evaluate foot function. Whether you are looking to offload areas of high pressure for ulcers, document patient progress or identify foot pathologies Tekscan's solutions can help. Learn more about the different options available.
Advanced Gait Analysis
Essential Gait Insights
Ultra-thin, in-shoe sensors capture timing and pressure information for foot function and gait analysis.
Cord-free in-shoe system with micro-sized, Bluetooth™-enabled electronics allowing for quick, natural gait analysis.
"The F-Scan system has completely changed my understanding of the foot's function. I can now 'see' how small changes in a custom orthotic device greatly affect foot function. I am able to make step-by-step changes and modification to my patients' orthotics and know immediately whether it has bettered or worsened their condition. Because of my work with the F-Scan sytem, I enjoy my podiatric practice again. It is extremely fulfilling to help someone eliminate their limping gait and greatly decrease their pain."
- Bruce Williams, DPM, Merrillville, IN
Numerous articles have been published on analyzing foot function using a Tekscan system. Tekscan has compiled a list of these research publications in our Medical Bibliography.
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