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10ftx12ft non-dedicated space.
No sensors needed! TRAZER’s high-powered optical camera tracks up to 25 points on the body.
Yes! Some examples of assistive devices include wheelchair, walker, crutches, gait belt, etc.
We recommend using accessories such as resistance bands, dumbbells, medicine balls etc. with workouts and drills, but when using TRAZER for standardized assessments, we discourage the use of accessories.
Getting started is simple. All you need is WiFi and a TV in a 10ftx12ft non-dedicated space.
TRAZER can be installed by mounting on the wall or attached to a portable rolling stand.
We would love to learn more about your organization’s specific needs and discuss what the best fit is. You can schedule a demo by contacting us here.
TRAZER offers consistency of care. Though the patient may not have the same therapist or nurse from time-to-time, he can be administered the identical program via TRAZER, and the reporting is objective for each session. With proper password protected access, the patient’s TRAZER records can be shared with a new healthcare provider across town or around the world via the HIPAA Compliant mytrazer.com Cloud.
The PT determines the patient’s functional measures via:
- The patient’s self-report regarding restrictions, pain, etc.
- A functional performance test, which needs to be interpreted and scored. As your facility’s functional performance test, TRAZER provides the most relevant and objective functional data for the weight-bearing population, as well as the ability to baseline at the first, tenth, and discharge visits (as required by Medicare) to document the efficacy of your program.
TRAZER is reimbursable through Medicare, Medicaid, and 3rd party payers via standard CPT coding. The Return-to-Play and Bess Test are reimbursed under CPT 97750 (testing). Dynamic therapeutic activity is reimbursed through CPT code 97530, based on a 15 minute session.