Data-Driven Return to Activity

Data-Driven Return to Activity

Earlier this year Sean Ross-Ross, Plantiga’s CTO, posted about his recovery from a right ankle fracture and syndesmotic injury he suffered in November 2019 after slipping on a wet dock. In this post, I review Sean’s Plantiga data and discuss his rehabilitation...
Using Data To Fill In The Gaps

Using Data To Fill In The Gaps

The last mile: measuring movement that matters in environments that matter. Let me start with a disclaimer. I’m not a coach, physical therapist, athletic trainer or any other type of healthcare professional. I’m a designer and product guy who has been lucky enough to...
Musculoskeletal Telehealth

Musculoskeletal Telehealth

Thoughts from a Physiatrist in Virtual Practice during COVID-19 Overview: A case example using video and a wearable insole sensor to assess individuals with musculoskeletal complaints. Telehealth Clinic For the last few weeks I’ve been assessing individuals...
Plantiga from a Practitioner’s Perspective

Plantiga from a Practitioner’s Perspective

Using Data to Elevate Your Practice As a physiotherapist working out of the Glen Sather Sports Medicine Clinic in Edmonton, AB I work with a large population of people (we’ll call them athletes here as most play sports anywhere from a national to recreational level)...
Remote Health Monitoring: The New Normal

Remote Health Monitoring: The New Normal

The Changing Times We Are Prepared For Companies like Plantiga have been provided an opportunity in these times of uncertainty. Last week therapists and coaches might have thought assessing clients outside the clinic was a “good idea.” This week they have been forced...