Our method, Multi-Frequency Vibrometry, may help prevent foot ulcers and amputations through early detection of peripheral neuropatyhy (loss of sensation) in the feet. With early detection and preventive measures, it is possible to prevent the formation of foot ulcers. Read more about the diabetic foot. Watch our movie about Multi Frequency Vibrometry and diabetes
Our proven method, Multi-Frequency Vibrometry, identifies workers who are at risk of sustaining, or already have sustained, vibration damage in the hand or fingers, so-called Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS). Hence, if impaired sensibility is detected in time, occupational health care professionals and employers may take preventive measures to avoid extensive damage that cannot be treated. Learn more about vibration damage. Watch our movie about Multi Frequency Vibrometry and Hand-Arm Vibration injuries
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The VibroSense Meter examines the sensibility in the sole of the foot or on the fingertip by exposing the area of the skin to controlled mechanical vibrations of varying strength and frequency (so-called Multi Frequency Vibrometry). The result is reported in a Vibrogram, a graphical age-correlated curve that indicates whether the patient has normal or impaired sensibility. The method takes its inspiration from a traditional hearing test, audiometry. Learn more about our products and services.
Our Knowledge Base contains research and information about diabetes, HAVS and Multi Frequency Tactilometry (Vibrometry).