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Accurate real-time motion analysis

What is Kinetisense?

Range Of Motion Analysis

Kinetisense Range Of Motion

Kinetisense is a motion analysis software solution that accurately measures 44 movements from eight joints, neck, and back.  It measures and records the distance (linear or angular) that a human joint normally travels.

Postural Analysis

Kinetisense Postural Analysis

Kinetisense analyzes posture and displays the results using the front, side, and overhead views. It also has capability of measuring functional movement in real time.

Progress Charts

Kinetisense Charts

Practitioners can use the progress charts to inform and educate their patients.  The charts also provide a quick view of how the patient is responding to the treatment process.

Automatic Reports

Kinetisense Reports

Automatically create medical reports from the historical patient data.  Quickly choose assessments or postures to create the report and then download, export to Word or PDF or print.  It’s just that easy with Kinetisense.

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Kinetisense featured in Parkinson’s research project with University of Lethbridge Making biomechanical measurements in the field: Use of Kinetisense to examine post-exercise proprioception prepared by Dr. Jon Doan, University of Lethbridge, Alberta INTRODUCTION Kinesthetic proprioception is the awareness of the position and movement of parts of the body (KP). KP is an important component in […]

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Kinetisense Inc Privacy Policy Kinetisense accesses personal information including photos, emails, home/office addresses, telephone numbers, and healthcare history. Personal information is stored locally and/or on the Microsoft Azure Cloud of the practitioners choice. The practitioner can share a patient record via email or print. When purchasing a license, the user is connected to PayPal’s secure […]

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NHL prospect Analysis and Treatment Using the Kinetisense System

Dustan Lang BScPT, GCOMT, Cert Sport Physiotherapy, FAFS, Physiotherapist An NHL prospect was referred to my clinic by his professional hockey team following a left ACL tear and repair this past spring. During his rehab, I had concerns regarding the lack of frontal movement in his left hip during an anterior lunge. The reason for […]

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What do you need?

Windows 10 Computer


To run Kinetisense, you’ll need a Kinect-ready computer with an Intel i7 chip, Intel USB 3 port, Nvida graphics card and 1 TB hard disk drive running Windows 10.

(432) 837-0350

Kinect ONE sensor


Kinetisense uses Kinect for XBOX ONE, the most powerful, yet inexpensive, 3D camera. We’re shipping Kinect to your door if you purchase a subscription now.

(443) 545-9524

Kinetisense free app


Download Kinetisense from the Windows Store. Install it with one click. Plug your Kinect sensor and start working immediately. Get all of the updates for free.


What people say about Kinetisense?

How Kinetisense changed my practice

The Kinetisense system does something amazing. Anybody can use Kinetisense – from the clinician to the trainer. It’s a fun and intuitive system that allows us to capture posture and movement with a high degree of accuracy. It gave me another opportunity to interact with my clients: my people not only subjectively feel well, but they objectively move better!

– Dr Grove Higgins
  Human Performance and Rehabilitation, Colorado Springs Center

Kinetisense has increased my referrals by 30%

Wow! Kinetisense has made my job as Movement Specialist so much easier. When my clients are able to see what I see, and understand why they are doing specific exercises, they start taking responsibility for their bodies. Compliance goes up and pain goes down! A happy pain free client is a great success. Kinetisense has increased my referrals by 30% in the last 2 months. I’m looking forward a great year. Thank you much.

– Lori Gordon
Physiotherapist, GIFT Fellow

See how we can help you save time and earn money

How many patients do you examine each day?

How much do you charge per visit (on average)?


Kinetisense will help you earn up to:

$3,200 per month (or $38,400 per year)

The monthly cost of Kinetisense is just 98 dollars.

Any questions? Let us help.

FAQ 1 – Why Kinetisense?

Kinetisense provides an efficient and accurate way to measure human movement.  Kinetisense makes the practitioner better and helps a patient visually see their problems and progress.  Patients have continued with treatments because they can see the improvements from treatment to treatment

FAQ 2 – Building your business with Kinetisense.

Improved patient perception of practitioner and clinic as “cutting edge”.  Kinetisense also allows the practitioner to build a better treatment plan with the patient based on objective information.  Satisfied patient’s keep coming back and referring their friends.

FAQ 3 – Improved efficiency with Kinetisense.

Most offices are very busy so Kinetisense was designed to be easy to use.  Kinetisense measures and records movement very quickly and saves the data for medical and patient reporting.  Kinetisense quickly provides more objective information with less effort.

FAQ 4 – Is Kinetisense Validated?

Kinetisense uses the Microsoft Kinect Camera to accurately measure 3D human movement.  Kinetisense has been validated by the University of Lethbridge Human Performance Lab.  They found Kinetisense to be as accurate as the more expensive 9 camera Vicom system.

FAQ 5 – Kinetisense a better ROM alternative.

Current tools such as the goniometer can not take ROM data in certain patient positions (i.e- cervical rotation in standing position etc.).  These tools are also are effected by placement on the body and consistency from treatment to treatment.  Kinetisense does not requirement any wearable sensors thus making it clean and efficient to use.

FAQ 6 – Community of Practitioners.

Kinetisense vision is to have practitioners from all disciplines to work together to solve patients problems.   Practitioners will be able to easily share information and work together in the community of practitioners.