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    Memphis Depay, one of the worlds greatest striker playing at FC Barcelona, was tested on the #GNRB arthrometer following an unfortunate knee ligament related injury.

    Memphis Depay being tested on our Arthrometer following an ACL injury

    Memphis Depay being tested on our Arthrometer following an ACL injury

    Last year, following an injury that occured while playing football, one of the worlds top athletes was tested on one of our devices to precisely analyse the injury.

    In 10 minutes, thanks to our devices, it is indeed possible to run a complete and accurate dynamic knee stability assessment which is very complementary to the clinical and MRI examination performed today.

    MRI being a static test, it is interesting to additionally perform a functional analysis of the knee with the GNRB or Dyneelax as it can greatly help surgeons in planning their surgeries more precisely and lower surprises during these (surgeons are especially showing keen interest in the rotation results as Dyneelax is the first device in the world providing accurate objective data on knee rotation stability).

    Our devices being fully motorized, these may also be used in post op to increase the chances of success of ligament surgeries (see study: Semay - 2016 and Nouveau 2017). Knee stability analysis may indeed be performed very early after surgery (1month Post op) thanks to the fact that forces and torques may be chosen. Objective results on the state of the ligament grafts may hence be delivered to medical practitioners early which ultimately guides them in putting forward a precise and personalized rehab program for each patient!

    This eventually increases the chances of success of the surgery and rehabilitation !

    What is an arthrometer?

    GNRB or DYNEELAX are two different arthromters but these offer the same attributes - These are 4 in 1 #kneeligaments analysis medical devices:
    🔴 Diagnosis
    🔴 Prevention
    🔴 Rehabilitation
    🔴 Patient follow-up

    These are the result of more than 13 years of R&D at Genourob.

    Nowadays however, DYNEELAX is the most advanced and optimised knee arthrometer ever created. With a single device, you may perform dynamic knee ROTATION & TRANSLATION assessments.

    Accuracy, reproducibility, low test-duration & user-friendliness are the best keywords to describe this new patented robotic knee arthrometer.

    Orthopaedic Surgeons, Sports Doctors, Physiotherapists and Radiologists use it on a daily basis to perform dynamic tests on the knee and deliver the best treatment a patient deserves after suffering from a knee ligament related injury.

    Dyneelax - Rotation and Translation Arthrometer - Functional assessment