OneStep, an innovative platform for digital physical therapy using pioneering science that turns any smartphone into a clinical-grade motion analysis lab, today announced the one-year results of its partnership with Kinomatic, a leader in custom surgery. 126 Kinomatic patients enrolled with OneStep to get the most holistic postoperative care. These patients were highly engaged with OneStep’s app, which provided Kinomatic surgeons with extensive gait and mobility data – showcasing surgical success objectively and enhancing clinical decision-making with unprecedented insights.
OneStep’s first-of-its-kind technology delivers lab-level motion analysis from any smartphone – offering unparalleled visibility into patient mobility and function from anywhere. OneStep delivers real-time insight for precise patient care and easy-to-understand feedback that keeps patients engaged. With OneStep, patient care extends beyond in-person visits via remote treatment and monitoring. Research has shown that patients who utilize a virtual physical therapy program after orthopedic surgery have similar outcomes, but significant cost and time savings, compared with patients who use a formal physical therapy program.
“OneStep has enabled Kinomatic to expand on our core value – delivering the concierge level medicine that patients need by moving away from traditional physical therapy rehabilitation to a more convenient, customizable and flexible model that delivers better patient outcomes,” said Shaun Lea, CEO of Kinomatic. “We are dedicated to staying ahead of the latest technology capabilities to put our patient’s care first and deliver revolutionary advances in orthopedic surgery and recovery.”
Kinomatic utilizes virtual reality (VR) surgical planning to achieve the most accurate and natural joint replacement results possible. When combined with OneStep’s solution for pre-op and post-op recovery programs, Kinomatic patients receive a joint replacement experience unlike any other. Through the app, Kinomatic patients are accompanied by a dedicated physical therapist and receive personalized regimens, customized questionnaires, and objective, quantifiable, 24/7 feedback, empowering them on their path to recovery.
OneStep captures objective baseline and post-operative gait and motion data, demonstrating the impact of Kinomatic VR. Surgeons access this data through a provider portal, allowing them visibility into patient mobility and clinical insights. Additionally, after their initial recovery plan was complete, many patients continued to use OneStep with background analysis enabled, providing Kinomatic with excellent longitudinal data and insight into long-term recovery progress.
“OneStep has enabled Kinomatic to support their clinical outcomes and objectively showcase the success of their platform,” said Tomer Shussman, CEO of OneStep. “Our solution offers the latest in digital health technology paired with the professionalism of experienced physical therapists, ensuring that patients are provided with the most comprehensive care and that clinicians achieve optimal results.”
OneStep uses smartphone motion sensors to continuously analyze movement in real-life conditions, providing clinically-validated gait and motion analysis data within seconds without any wearables. Our FDA-listed digital health platform equips clinicians with a full suite of remote PT protocols and tools that support remote therapeutic monitoring and enable clinicians to enhance decision making, intervene proactively, and help their patients reach their goals faster – by assessing health status sooner, more holistically, and from anywhere. We serve patients and physical therapists, as well as leading physical therapy providers, surgeon-owned clinics, orthotists and prosthetists, and medical device manufacturers. OneStep has demonstrated outstanding clinical outcomes and superior patient satisfaction while improving provider efficiencies, increasing revenue, and lowering costs.
Kinomatic is pioneering the next evolution of joint replacement surgery. Utilizing the latest advancements in 3D and Virtual Reality technology, Kinomatic is able to customize every aspect of a total joint replacement procedure to each patient's unique anatomy. Surgeons are then able to simulate their patient's procedure in VR prior to the operation. This personalized approach aims to restore the native, biomechanical alignment for each patient through smarter, safer, and more efficient surgical procedures.