A credible and structured therapy

    Step 1

    The patient enters an observation booth where two banks of LED lights project a bright light and capture a set of images. The imaging system then captures the patient’s full body in various positions.

    Step 2

    From the images obtained, the CryoVizion software produces colored topographies of the skins’ surface. This allows for surface variations caused by postural, structural and musculoskeletal pathologies are easily observed.

    Step 3

    Using the filtered images, the clinician communicates the results of the evaluation, providing the patient with a complete diagnosis and treatment plan.

    Step 4

    Once the recommended treatments have been carried out, the clinician conducts a follow-up visit with the patient to take additional images and to assess the progress. At this point, any additional, necessary adjustments can be made. The follow-up images are saved in the patient file documenting the history of the patient in real-time.


    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