Grenoble University uses Gait Up’s wearable sensor in research and teaching

Our Physilog® sensors are currently used by Grenoble Alpes University Hospital and the AGEIS lab (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France) to investigate the control of human balance, posture, movement and gait under normal and pathological conditions. The sensors are advantageously used in basic, clinical and translational research, but also for educational purpose during lectures and practical courses. They are also…

All together against stroke!

Stroke is the leading cause of non-traumatic disability in adults. Two-thirds of survivors suffer from walking disorders and are limited in their daily-life activities. At the occasion of the World Stroke Day, we would like to share a recent study conducted this year in Switzerland. This study tried to assess the influence of Botulinum toxin injection…

Meet Gait Up at Medica 2019!

Come see us at MEDICA 2019 on November 18- 21st in Düsseldorf! Do not miss the opportunity to get a demo of our products dedicated to Gait and Running analysis using our Physilog® motion sensor. You can find our booth in the Wearable Technologies Pavillon (Hall 13/Booth D46). If you wish to organise a meeting with one of our team members, please make sure to book a time…

Meet Gait Up at ESMAC 2019!

Gait Up will be in Amsterdam next week at the occasion of the Annual Meeting of the European Society for Movement Analysis in Adults and Children (ESMAC). Our team will present our wearable gait analysis solutions that can be used for several applications including pediatrics, where Physigait is an excellent tool to validate the effectiveness of therapies ,…

Gait Up will attend EUGMS 2019

Gait Up will attend EUGMS 2019 in Krakow (Poland) on September 25-27th. Come discover our solutions for clinical gait analysis. In the field of geriatrics, our system are perfectly adapted to prevent functional decline and evaluate fall risk. We are looking forward to meet you on booth #12 !