Northside, Physmodo partner to care for 25K student-athletes

Northside Hospital Orthopedic Institute-Sports Medicine is partnering with Physmodo, Inc., a computer vision platform that quantifies human movement, to offer an end-to-end service of movement health screens, exercise prescriptions and personalized insights to high school athletes in metro Atlanta. 

Northside's certified athletic trainers provide immediate injury assessment, timely treatment and follow-up care for any sports injury or condition in student-athletes. 

"A critical component of injury prevention is identifying poor movement patterns before they may lead to injury," said Steve Hudson, Northside's director of physician and strategic development. 

"Physmodo's movement screen is scalable and will allow our practitioners to regularly monitor and treat the over 25,000 student-athletes we serve." 

Physmodo's software measures mobility, stability, posture and stability and quickly recognizes movement impairment. In collaboration with its partner, movr, they provide personalized solutions to address musculoskeletal dysfunction and optimize physical health. At 30 seconds, the screen lets Physmodo's partners regularly assess how athletes move. 

"We developed a screen for people to consistently — even daily — manage how they move," said Andrew Menter, Physmodo CEO. "Biomechanics is a critical component of health, but you cannot manage movement if you cannot measure movement," added Menter, noting that Physmodo has been awarded 6 patents and captured over 1.5 million screens. 

Northside Hospital and Physmodo expect to kick off their partnership on Jan. 1, 2024. 

Learn more about sports medicine services at Northside. 


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