In a single image, a clear and complete view of your patient’s postural condition.
The patient enters an observation booth where two fluorescent LED lighting units project a bright light over their entire body. Operated by the podiatrist, two cameras then capture images of the patient’s lower limbs and entire body in various positions while digitizing their footprint. The scientifically validated1 CryoVizion postural imaging system captures and filters changes in the light reflections on the surface of the skin.1.The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery 47(5) :409–418, 2008
From the images obtained, the CryoVizion software produces coloured topographies of the surface of the skin. They clearly display surface variations caused by postural, structural and musculoskeletal pathologies, as well as other anomalies. Different measurements can be carried out from the same images for an in-depth and objective evaluation.
Using the filtered images, the podiatrist communicates the results of the evaluation to the patient to help them gain a concrete appreciation of their condition, understand the diagnosis and commit to the treatment in complete confidence.
Once the recommended treatment has been carried out, the podiatrist conducts a follow-up during which he or she takes more images to assess and objectively measure the progress achieved as a result of the treatment and make adjustments if needed. The follow-up images are automatically saved in the patient file and constitute a documented history.
Use CryoVizion’s clear and simple images to better explain postural problems to your patients.
Follow your patients’ progress objectively by comparing the initial assessment to the post-treatment one, providing you with documented results of your treatment’s effectiveness.
Providing a clear vision of your patients’ postural improvement and the use of scientifically proven technology with more than 20 years of clinical use are two strong foundations to build a healthy relationship based on trust with your clients.
The CryoVizion system enables me to objectively prove and illustrate to my patients the steps I have taken so that they understand more fully the importance of orthotics, which ultimately increases compliance.
-Mélanie Laplante, DPM, podiatrist