Organization and access to the laboratory
Like any instrumental examination, these are not 1st level and can be requested only after an accurate medical history and physical examination. They represent an added value that allows the doctor to confirm or change the diagnosis and therapy. These exams are entered with a request from the attending physician, subject to a reservation in the company.
For those interested in analysis of posture and movement what has been said above must always constitute an order of scientific knowledge that allows him in his work to always have a reasonable doubt and therefore to arrive at a functional assessment that allows him to act professionally in the best possible way patient's interest.
In our company laboratory, no exam is carried out under the profession.
The laboratory performs two sessions a week on Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 4 pm, where patients are evaluated one every half hour. Exceptionally to streamline waiting lists, further sessions can be held on days and times established by time in time.
The types of exams currently taken are the following:
• 30”standard range
• Postural Stabylometry at 51.2 " sec. Gagey
• Three-dimensional reconstructions of the spine (study of the vertebral column: scoliosis and paramorphism, osteoporosis, outcomes vertebral collapses, outcomes interventions on the spine, traumatic outcomes)
• Stability for the study of the sitting position (trunk balance)
• Static-dynamic baropodometry (step, foot and posture analysis)
•Untenberger digital test (test for the quantitative analysis of latent or borderline imbalances of central, peripheral or structural origin)
•Digitalized Tandem Gait Test (provocative test of latent or borderline imbalances of central, peripheral origin)
• Podoscanalyzer (correlated pressure-anatomy study of the pathological foot)
• Stabilometry Calibrated in upright position (for the study of the short limb: hetero-hypometrie, asynchlismism) and sitting position (scoliosis, correctable asynchisms)
• Barocrurography (study of ischial hyperpressions)
• Morphometric analysis of movement, and posture
• Surface electromyography (study of muscle recruitment deficits without needles)
After each exam, a written and signed report is delivered by the doctor, containing the diagnostic conclusions, prescriptions, therapeutic recommendations and in-depth clinics in a sealed envelope. If the patient is of physiotherapeutic / rehabilitative relevance, based on the disability, the project and the objective are laid down as per PRI (Individual Rehabilitation Plan).
Instrumental examinations may be repeated for normal follow-up based on the indicators to be checked over time.