If you could prevent a health problem, would you?
You exercise, you try to eat healthy, maybe you watch your cholesterol or blood pressure, but what about the things outside your control — like an unexpected fall? What if you could help prevent that? You can.
Introducing: Rover — the first clinical, at-home tool to analyze your gait and give you a full fall risk report sent right to your mobile phone. Rover is a high-precision gait analysis device that analyzes 24 different gait parameters to show if you’re at risk of falling and what you can do to prevent it.
How it works:
Rover uses advanced, clinical-grade motion sensing and gait analysis algorithms tested at Stanford University, the Parkinson’s Institute, and University of Calgary. Developed in collaboration between human motion analysis scientists, physical therapists, neurologists, and neuroscientists over the span of five years, Rover is the first of its kind to seamlessly bring medical-grade gait analysis into the home.