A reliable way to detect Knee Misalignement and deliver superior patient care

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    This could be revolutionary in allowing us to treat patient better, reduce cost and make much more happy patient who don’t need an operation anymore.

    Dr. Robert A. Stanton MD
    Specialist of Orthopaedic Surgery

    As an orthopeadic surgeon, our goal is to get the patient back to regular sports activities. The KneeKG gives us objective, reproducible, data-driven results on gait characteristics. Now we make diagnosis on observation. The KneeKG allows you to get objective data on which to base your decisions.

    Dr. Thomas M. DeBerardino MD
    Sport Medicine Specialist

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      X-rays and MRIs can inform clinicians about the structure of the joint; however, a patient’s pain is correlated with dynamic movement patterns, not static imaging1.

      Use of KneeKG as part of clinical care produces statistically significant and clinically meaningful improvements that are superior to standard of care3

      Clinical trials have shown:

      KneeKG is FDA Cleared (510k), health Canada Licensed and CE Marked

      Treatment results for Knee Pain

      Decreased knee pain3
      Improved
      function3
      Less pain medication5
      Delayed the need for anthroplasty surgery5
      Better adherence to treatment plan3

      Deliver superior patient care

      Grow your practice by expanding your current services
      Introduce a new reliable way to assess knee misalignement
      Become an expert in knee pain assessment with a proven new approach

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      KneeKG, a new product driving business growth while contributing to patient health and satisfaction

      Thanks to my Knee Kinesiography with KneeKG, my knee pain went from 10/10 to 0 and I am now back to my activities. I want to get old, but pain free!

      Bruny Surin
      1996 Olympic Gold Medalist

      A few weeks after my Knee Kinesiography, I saw significant improvement which allowed me to be the same athlete I was before my injury

      Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
      Offensive Football Guard
      for the Kansas City Chiefs

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      A reliable way to detect Knee Misalignement and deliver superior patient care

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        References:

        1. Hannan MT, Felson DT, Pincus T, Analysis of the discordance between radiographic changes and knee pain in osteoarthritis of the knee. The Journal of Rheumatology, 31 May 2000, 27(6):1513-1517.

        2. Cagnin, A. and al. (2019). Impact of a personalized home exercise program for knee osteoarthritis patients on 3d kinematics: A cluster randomized controlled trial. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 2019-04-01, Volume 27, Pages S34-S35.

        3. Cagnin, A., Choinière, M., Bureau, N. J., Durand, M., Mezghani, N., Gaudreault, N., & Hagemeister, N. (2019). A multi-arm cluster randomized clinical trial of the use of knee kinesiography in the management of osteoarthritis patients in a primary care setting. Postgraduate Medicine, 5, 1–11.

        4. Cagnin, A., et al. (2019). Effective conservative care targeting mechan ical markers as risk factors for knee osteoarthritis progression: a cluster randomized controlled trial. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage/OARSI, Osteoarthritis Research Society, 27(S1), S485-S486.

        5. Therrien, M., and al. (2016). Real-world clinical result from a multimodal management program for knee osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage/OARSI, Osteoarthritis Research Society, 24(Supp 1), S431, presented at the OARSI conference 2016 after peer review by OARSI Scientific Committee

        Results demonstrates: Decrease % of patient reporting regular NSAID intake (≥2 times/day) from 60% to 30% and regular analgesic intake (≥3 times/day) from 71% to 47 %.
        • Decrease absenteeism (initially 12 patients reported a mean of 20 work days missed vs a mean of 9 work days missed by 10 patients at follow up)
        • 7/11 surgical patients postponed their surgery