Orpyx® is the global leader for in-shoe plantar pressure sensing technology that is mobile, simple to use and clinically accurate.
The SurroSense Rx system is a FDA-cleared foot sensor technology that helps people prevent diabetic foot wounds. The SurroSense Rx ultra-thin shoe insoles predict risks to foot health and relay alerts to a smartwatch.
Actively monitor your feet for dangerous pressure conditions
Alerts of dangerous pressure conditions are wirelessly transmitted to the included smartwatch
The thin pressure sensitive shoe inserts fit unnoticeable in most running and walking shoes
Orpyx LogR is a mobile in-shoe pressure measurement system that makes it simple to collect accurate, clinical-grade plantar pressure data for use in sports medicine, therapeutic applications and footwear design.
Fast and zero hassle: just a quick 5 minute setup and you’re ready to start using Orpyx LogR
Extremely lightweight (1.0 mm-thick in-shoe sensor array insert), portable, and can be used in conjunction with either standard or custom arch supports.
The system records plantar pressure and IMU data, which can be analyzed and processed in the LogR Cloud software once uploaded
The SurroGait Rx system is indicated to improve mobility and balance in Multiple Sclerosis patients experiencing a loss of protective sensation in the feet. The SurroGait Rx is designed to enable improved gait and balance and decrease the risk of falls inherent to the problem of not being able to properly feel the feet.
The system is comprised of sensor-embedded inserts that are worn inside running or walking shoes, and an ergonomic back display worn on the user’s back
Information collected from the insert is wirelessly sent to the back display, which transposes sensation that would otherwise be felt on the foot, so that the user can “feel” their feet through the back
Designed to improve gait and balance and decrease the risk of falls
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