Kemtai, the interactive exercise platform that utilizes proprietary computer vision and artificial intelligence technology to provide users with real-time feedback and corrective guidance as they move, has partnered with RecoveryOne, a leading digital health innovator dedicated to improving health outcomes for recovery from musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries of all types and reducing costs.
Powered by Kemtai’s computer vision and AI technology, RecoveryOne’s new Motion Trainer function strengthens its virtual physical therapy and MSK solution by offering an enhanced interactive experience to improve exercise performance, increase adherence, and lead to better clinical outcomes.
RecoveryOne’s Motion Trainer is a new tracking capability that empowers an individual to achieve faster, stronger, and more effective recovery by providing real-time feedback and form correction without the use of wearable sensors. Made possible via access to Kemtai’s API framework, Motion Trainer uses the built-in camera of a user’s device, such as a phone, laptop, desktop computer, or tablet, providing real-time cues and movement quality scoring with unparalleled precision—a vast leap from traditional follow-along exercise videos.
“With Motion Trainer, RecoveryOne is able to offer individuals an unparalleled virtual physical therapy solution, and to feel as though a certified therapist is right there with them, providing real-time feedback and corrective guidance every step along their journey to recovery,” says Mike Telem, Kemtai co-founder and Chief Business Officer.
“Partnering with Kemtai has allowed us to move beyond the body-worn sensors that many of our competitors require, removing a significant barrier to entry and thereby increasing ease of use and access to care, while providing the most personalized and effective physiotherapy experience,” says Miriam Beecham, Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer at RecoveryOne.
[Source(s): Kemtai, PR Newswire]