Physiosensing Balance Assessment & Rehabilitation System

The System utilizes a 40 x 40 cm portable pressure plate with 1600 sensors to measure center of gravity position and postural control and evaluate natural load distribution.

It objectively assesses patients performing tasks essential to daily living. The objective data aids the clinician in effective treatment planning decisions.


  • LOS (Limits of Stability)
  • mCTSIB (modified Clinical Test Of Sensory
  • Interaction on Balance)
  • WBS (Weight Bearing/Squat)
  • RWS (Rhythmic Weight Shift)
  • US (Unilateral Stance)
  • Fall Risk


  • Balance and Stability training
  • Load Distribution Assessment
  • Load Transfer Training

Therapeutic Games

  • 2D game with several therapeutic situations
  • 3D game with several therapeutic situations

PhysioSensing is indicated for physiotherapy, physical rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation, audiology and podometry activities.

  • Balance training after stroke
  • Balance training after head injury
  • Assessment and reduction of risk of fall
  • Load Distribution Training After Hip Surgery
  • Balance training and load distribution after trauma to the knee and ankle
  • Balance training for Cerebral Palsy and Parkinson's
  • Balance training for increased sports performance and reduced risk of injury
  • Balance assessment
  • Vestibular Balance Assessment
  • Gait training