Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) and Spark Motion Team Up
Applying Advanced Analytics and Communication Tools
Best-in-Class, Soft Tissue and Musculoskeletal Diagnosis & Treatment
Bethesda, MD – Spark Motion and FDM are excited to announce a strategic partnership to enhance movement literacy. By utilizing the powerful motion capture platform of Spark Motion, providers utilizing FDM will now be able to share meaningful pre- and post-treatment documentation with clients and patients in an powerful and intuitive way.
What is FDM?
- FDM stands for the Fascial Distortion Model, developed by Dr. Stephen Typaldos, DO.
- FDM is a treatment model in which virtually all soft tissue injuries, or musculoskeletal complaints, are viewed through one or more of the six different types of alterations to the body’s connective tissues.
- FDM has no protocols to memorize, and yet encompasses a detailed physical assessment, which leads to a specific diagnosis, and provides objective outcomes.
- FDM ensures that patients’ verbal and physical descriptions, coupled with the mechanism of injuries and relevant orthopedic tests, lead the practitioner to the proper forms of soft tissue treatment.
What is Spark Motion?
- Spark Motion is the only video assessment platform designed by practitioners for use by practitioners in physiotherapy, chiropractic, and performance and strength enhancement fields.
- Spark Motion is the only professional platform capable of creating, storing and sharing voice-over on video analytics stream through a HIPAA compliant link.
- Spark Motion is uniquely suited for use in the field, supporting dynamic setup and eliminating need to access client and patients note through desktop solutions, providing seamless communication between practitioners and clients and other practitioners.
- Spark Motion is the only professional power, out-of-the-box HIPAA compliant platform, ready for insurance and medicare billing, yet affordable for small practices
FDM and Spark Motion are strongly complementary. Nothing is more effective than Spark Motion for capturing real-time video and nothing is more effective for mapping real-time changes in pain and range of motion than FDM. Each of the six FDM distortion patterns has a unique patient presentation, which helps the FDM practitioner determine appropriate treatments for a given patient. Using Spark Motion’s real-time video analytics tools and storage facilities enables the practitioner to better and more precisely measure and explain distortion patterns, to create baselines for improvements, and to create a strongly objective and contextual patient record that can be shared with the patients and other providers.
Learn more about Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) at www.fascialdistortion.com.
Learn more about Spark Motion at www.sparkmotion.com.
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