ScolioTrack makes it easy to track one's scoliosis condition in the comfort of one's home, just like a doctor would in a clinic.
The technology measures the patient's Angle of Trunk Rotation (ATR), a key component of screening and treatment planning for scoliosis.
ScolioTrack Pro combines the accuracy of a scoliometer, just like what doctors use to measure scoliosis, with the ability to track a person's height, weight, and postural changes with the camera on their phone.
Scoliometer apps have been proven accurate and precise in measuring ATR in patients with scoliosis, making them suitable to be used by both doctors and parents with no medical knowledge.
You can easily note any postural changes commonly seen in those with scoliosis using the camera feature on your smartphone. For example, hip protrusion, body alignment, or spinal deviation can be observed, as well as compared with earlier photos.
Flexible and affordable subscription plan for single users to clinical use. Take advantage of ScolioTrack Pro's full functionality for a comprehensive assessment of your scoliosis.
Take advantage of ScolioTrack Pro by finding answers to the most frequently asked questions.
ScolioTrack is a safe and innovative way to track a person's scoliosis condition month-to-month by using the iPhone accelerometer just as a doctor would with a scoliometer. It also tracks a person's height, weight and postural assessment as well making it the most comprehensive scoliosis tracking software in the world.
Scoliosis was originally a Greek word meaning curved or bent. Today it is a word used to describe the most common type of spinal curvature. Scoliosis is simply a descriptive term, like headache, and not a precise diagnosis. When a scoliosis develops the spine bends sideways and rotates along its vertical axis. These changes have cosmetic and physiological effects with long-term consequences which may result in significant health problems with severe curves.
An Scoliometer measures distortions of the torso. The patient is asked to bend over, with arms dangling and palms pressed together, until a curve can be observed in the thoracic area (the upper back). The Scoliometer is placed on the back and used to measure the apex (the highest point) of the curve. The patient is then asked to continue bending until the curve in the lower back can be seen; the apex of this curve is then measured.
ScolioTrack integrates the benefits of a scoliometer which measures the Angle of Trunk Rotation (ATR) and tracks the person's height, weight and postural changes.