Orthopaedic Care. Anywhere.
Quantitatively analysing human gait biomechanics will improve our ability to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal disability...
— Tan, Advancing Clinical Gait Analysis Through Technology & Policy (2009).

10% of the global adult population will suffer from mobility issues, with 26% of those associating their disease to Musculoskeletal (MSK) dysfunctions. Annual NHS budget for MSK disease is £7Bn and is the 3rd largest spend of the NHS budget.

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In 2017, insurance premium payouts for Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) cost a combined £25Bn in the US, Germany and UK alone, with many health insurance providers creating MSK Telemedicine Services themselves to reduce their premiums.

Studies have shown Early Intervention of MSD can reduce direct costs by as much as 50% and at-risk patients are 40% less likely to require surgery. Many health insurers have developed “MSK Telehealth” services as specialist call centres to help reduce claims and take advantage of early intervention, however almost all are still dependent on the customers calling in their symptoms (reactive), diagnose over-the-phone or make referrals without any objective data, or recommend intervention programs without any way of monitoring the effectiveness and validity of their intervention programs.


OrthopaedX is leading the way in A.I. assisted remote monitoring (Telehealth) of Musculoskeletal Health. Via our connected Wearable device, Software Services & Machine Learning, we enable remote monitoring for Early Intervention, “Prediagnosis” and outpatient interaction, whilst reducing the number of healthcare visits.


Our OrthopaedX Software Services (OrthopaedX A.I., AnalytX, and Patient App) are our Remote Monitoring systems that provides MSK-Analytics and “Prediagnosis” for early intervention.

The OrthopaedX Pod is a connected-wearable that measures the dynamics (forces) and kinematics (motion) of gait movement, providing a basis to “prediagnose” and monitor musculoskeletal disorders.

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Upright movement permeates western aphorisms, connoting independence, autonomy, perseverance, strength, achievement; ‘standing on your own two feet’, ‘walking tall’, standing up for yourself’, ‘taking things in stride’, ‘climbing the ladder of success’, ‘one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.’
— Lisa Lezzoni, "When Walking Fails".


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