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*V3.0  Edition

The ultimate goal of Kinetisense is to provide practitioners and trainers with a standardized tool that will forever change the way that they assess movement.

Dr. Ryan Comeau, CEO

Kinetisense is a research-grade analysis tool that captures human motion without the use of wearable sensors. Kinetisense has revolutionized the way that rehab practitioners and fitness trainers acquire human biomechanical data. The accuracy, objectivity, and efficiency that Kinetisense provides have made it the world leader in 3D motion-capture.


Kinetisense combines award-winning practitioners and a Microsoft MVP development team to produce this advanced and patented assessment tool. Kinetisense integrates the affordable Kinect for Xbox One sensor with a computer and the Kinetisense software.


 "Kinetisense is the only patented movement capture system of it's kind."

3D Functional Movement

Kinetisense Exercise Library

3D Range-of-Motion

 Coming Soon

3D Posture


3D Concussion

Until now, assessing multiple joints and joint axis  objectively and efficiently has been nearly impossible for practitioners. The Kinetisense Functional Movement system solves this problem.


Kinetisense acquires insightful movement data of the frontal, sagittal, and transverse planes of the body. Real time video recording makes Kinetisense the ideal tool to identify movement dysfunctions and allow the practitioner to educate the patient.


With Kinetisense, you will be able to analyze a variety of functional and sport specific movements such as the overhead squat, the Pallof press, the lunge, kicking, swinging, throwing, and gait analysis (walking, running), just to name a few. Kinetisense provides a variety of different views to provide the most accurate and efficient real-time movement data.

The only "Real-Time Posture System" that provides postural data of all 3 Planes with a single front-facing camera

     Using traditional assessment methods has made it very difficult for practitioners to accurately and efficiently analyze posture.  Other posture products are subjective and require having your patient stand in front of background grids, or requires the practitioner to manually place dots on a picture of the body.  Wearable systems would require over 27 sensors to be placed on the body to capture the data that Kinetisense acquires with a single camera.  You cannot afford to be spending valuable time trying to analyze a patient's posture with these subjective and cumbersome tools.


     Kinetisense is the only real-time posture analysis system on the market. Practitioners can use the system as much more than a diagnostic tool.  The Real-time biofeedback that the system provides is invaluable in posture rehabilitation.



  • Real-Time Capture
  • Posture Rehab
  • Capture in Seconds
  • 3-plane Capture
  • Automatic Reporting
  • Automatic Graphs
  • SOAP note format
  • Data integration into EMR.


  • Real-time joint capture
  • Patient/client positioning
  • AMA guidelines
  • Automatic Practitioner Reporting

The 3D Range of Motion System will capture the exact joint position at every assessment.


  • Automatic SOAP notes
  • SOAP note copy and paste into EMR system 
  • Patient/client Profile

Kinetisense 3D Range-of-Motion eliminates the subjectivity of the goniometer and inclinometer. The system automatically locks onto the client or patient and allows ROM analysis of over 40 joint movements.


The system guides the client or patient to the initial assessment position and offers comparative analysis with American Medical Association guidelines for each ROM.

     Unfortunately, many current movement screens require “eyeballing” movement.  It is quite apparent how this lacks objectivity, especially when being assessed by different practitioners/trainers.  Eyeballing the movement has other limitations as well, we are limited in our assessment as to what we are able to see.  An example of this is the assessment of the overhead squat, we can visually see changes in the frontal plane and sagittal plane with a well-trained eye, subjectively of course.  However, unless we are able to stand above our patient and have a “birds eye” view it is nearly impossible to properly assess the transverse plane. 


     The transverse plane is one of the most important as many compensations in movement occurs in this plane.  Kinetisense is the only system to objectively acquire Real-Time movement data of the body in the transverse plane.  The combination of the infrared camera technology, sonar-like capabilities of the camera and the proprietary algorithms of the Kinetisense software allows for accurate movement analysis of the transverse plane, all with one “front-on” facing Kinect camera.  Imagine how this added insight will improve your overall assessment process and selection of your prescribed corrections.


     Imagine how this added insight will improve your overall assessment process and selection of your prescribed corrections.


Kinetisense has been validated by a third party Univeristy Biomechanics Lab.  This study was conducted by Dr. Jon Doan, associate professor of engineering and biomechanics at the University of Lethbridge in Canada.  Dr. Doan compared the accuracy of Kinetisense to current gold standards in range of motion assessment (goniometer and inclinometer), and to the 9 camera Vicon research camera.


Research questions

1) validity of Kinetisense joint measures for cardinal movements in the sagittal and frontal planes, compared to current experimental and clinical gold standards;

2) repeatability of Kinetisense motion assessments.



24 healthy young adults performed 8 different actions, each to two different levels (specific normal range deflection, maximal deflection) and at one of two different clinically relevant camera-subject distances, inside the shared calibration volume of the Kinetisense and VICON Peak motion capture systems.


Data analysis and comparison

Bland-Altman agreement analysis will be used to compare perceived and maximum joint angles from the Kinetisense, the VICON (goniometer, inclinometer).



Kinetisense measures are valid compared to VICON-Peak measures, based on Bland-Altman agreement analysis. Differences that do exist may be a function of different segmental models (skin surface for the VICON, simplified skeleton for the Kinetisense), different data capture methods (time-based three-dimensional position sample for the VICON, instantaneous angular interpolation for the Kinetisense), and real differences in measurement.

The Kinetisense appears to be a highly viable clinical tool, accurate in comparison to current clinical and experimental gold standards, and possessing numerous advantages (cost, set up and collection speed, inter-user reliability, rapid data recording and patient progress reporting, ease of use) over those gold standards as well.



Dr. Doan found the Kinetisense system to be more accurate than both the goniometer and inclinometer.  His research also found Kinetisense to be of similar accuracy to the Vicon system, based on Bland-Altman comparison.  With these findings, Dr. Doan has integrated Kinetisense into his current Parkinson research as this system provides portability in field assessments.



Functional Movement Analysis

Joint ROM analysis

Postural Analysis

Concussion Baseline System

Joint dysfunction analysis

Graphs and reporting
Patient reporting

Medical Reporting
Postural analysis reporting

SOAP Note integration

Video Capture



All that you will need is....

  • Kinetisense Subscription
  • Computer with required specs
  • Kinect V2 camera and adapter


  • Large screen television
  • Tripod

1-Year License