BodiTrak FSA Pressure Mapping Balance Solutions

BodiTrak Balance Systems are effective, easy-to-use tools for the therapist to assess balance-challenged patients. They provide biofeedback to educate and train patients and to document their progress to wellness. They are affordable, save therapists' time and patients better understand their challenges and the treatment plan their therapist has created for them.

BodiTrak Balance sensor mats are flexible and portable and can be used flat on the floor, on a step or over a balance board, air bladder or foam. You can even put it on the wall for upper body therapy or in a treadmill for more advanced assessment and training. BodiTrak Balance performance and capabilities are supported by more than ten years of published research.

BodiTrak Balance Software

BodiTrak Balance software uses a pressure-mapping sensor to provide center-of-pressure and vertical force information on a video monitor showing the patient's movement and foot pressure. This data reveals their stability in standing, range of motion, acceleration, standard deviation and weight bearing from side to side and heal to toe. The center-of-pressure trace is easy to understand and is a powerful training tool, giving a quick, clear view of how the patient is performing the assigned task. Statistical data and graphs in the reports document what the therapist observes.

System Requirements: Windows 10, i5 processor, 8 GB RAM, available WiFi connectivity.

Recent Studies and Patents

  • Szturm T., Sakhalkar V., Kanitkar A., Nankar M. Computerized Dual-Task Testing of Gait and Visuospatial Cognitive Functions; Test-Retest Reliability and Validity, In press Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. March 2017.
  • Alhasani R, Nayak A, Szturm T, Nankar M, Boreskie S, Brousseau G. The Feasibility of a Novel Dual-Task Exercise Program Which Integrates Balance, Gaze, Mobility and Cognition in Community Dwelling Older Adults: Protocol for a Randomized Clinical Pilot Trial. Advances in Aging Research. 2015;4(03):96.

BodiTrak Sensors are covered by patents, including but not limited to: US Patent Numbers: 7,201,063; 6,543,299. Other patents pending.