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Our Technology

01 / Multi Mode

OHM 3000 is a wireless system that measures plantar pressure distribution on the human foot. Ohm 3000 captures this data instantly and precisely, and displays the same in a jiffy, while standing or while walking, in static and dynamic phases.

02 / 3000 Sensors

OHM 3000 provides quantitative information on plantar support through the calculation of various parameters. Ohm 3000 collects data from almost 3000 sensors to calculate value such as foot contact area, maximum pressure, average pressure and center of pressure.

03 / Analytics

The data is then further analyzed to give determinations and guidance in the area of Stereo-geometry, Static Plantar Pressure Distribution, Stabilometry as well as a Dynamic  Gait Analysis.

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04 / Camera 

OHM 3000 comes with an on-board camera that captures images that help better understand foot posture as well as video to help identify gait anomalies that may be coupled with poor pressure dynamics.

05 / UHD Visualisations

OHM 3000 package includes a touch sensitive, interactive, High resolution tablet that can be used to input user data, visualize the foot pressure map, interact with the visualization to educate and inform patients and view data in a meaningful way. No need for a separate laptop.

06 / Ezra Assist

Bundled with OHM 3000 is Ezra, a digital assistant to help record your patient information such as patient  demographics, history, examinations and evaluations and clouds it safely for review at any time in the future.


Clinical Applications

01 /  Identify Plantar Pressure Asymmetries

Study bi–pedal differences and differences across foot regions to understand and manage various foot conditions

02 /  Get an In-depth Analysis of Foot Function

Determine cause or effect of various ankle, knee, hip and back related Orthopaedic conditions on plantar pressure distribution during bipedal stance and dynamic weight transfer during Gait

03 /  Assess Risk of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Detect early and Reduce incidence of ulcers and/or pressure sores by observing what the neuropathic foot cannot feel, particularly in diabetics

04 /  Determine Fall Risk in Elderly and in Pregnancy

Study Changing patterns in plantar pressure, in arch patterns and in foot stereo-geometry and assess risk in vulnerable populations

05 /  Know Foot Types

Visualize and confirm Normal, High Arched and Flat foot, pronated or supinated foot. Hallux valgus and Splaying of feet

06 /  Assess Stability in Neuromuscular Conditions

Amongst Hemiplegics and RA patients, monitor improvements in stability, balance, strength & weight bearing, as well as observe changes in foot structures