TRAZER reproduces the challenges a senior faces without the constraints or risk factors inherent in the real world. Unlike with a pre-planned test, with TRAZER, a senior's reaction time and decision making skills are tested with real-time reactive responses through interactive and random challenges with the main goal being to maintain functional independence.
Remarkably simple and fun way to objectively quantify your movement characteristics to understand your health and performance over time.
TRAZER requires zero wires or attachments, enabling the resident to move freely in an open space
TRAZER tracks 25 points on the body using cutting edge camera technology
TRAZER's interface naturally links vision, brain and body as the resident plays through 150+ scripted and customizable activities
TRAZER provides healthcare providers, clinicians, and caregivers with accurate, objective, and actionable data to support rehabilitation and training decisions
HOW IT WORKS
TRAZER hardware and software track and process millions of data points in real-time to generate measurements used to evaluate your orthopedic and cognitive performance – in other words, how well your brain and body connect.
But the patient experience is masterfully simple.
Create an Account
Enter your name, height, weight, age and gender to begin your TRAZER journey. TRAZER generates a unique I.D. just for you
Your TRAZER program is customized for you. Simply stand in front of the sensor for a 3 second calibration countdown with no wires, no attachments, and begin. Using TRAZER is an engaging and fun experience
Objectively measure your performance from time to time and over time; graph it, print it, train for improvement
Confidence & Outcomes
Users and providers alike use TRAZER data to set goals that support training and rehab decisions giving all stakeholders confidence that their strategies will lead to positive outcomes
DEMO + PRICING
Movement is Medicine
SENIOR HEALTH +
Measuring What Matters
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