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Defense, Military and Special Forces

MSK Injuries: #1 Medical Problem Eroding Military Readiness

Medical Burden
2.4M Annual health care visits
25M Limited duty days
X5 Occurrence of MSK injuries among
military service members > civilian population
19% Of service members who completed
their deployments required an orthopedic consultation
4% underwent orthopedic surgery.

Physimax Performance Simulator

Minimizing overuse injury risk (w/ weight) & enhancing physical performance readiness by:

▪ Objective movement analysis and monitoring (3D, no wearables)

▪ Real-time comparable profile of each operator

▪ Personalized intervention programs

Proven Impact in High-Performance Lower Extremity Injury Risk

58%  Reduced Injury risk

From poor to moderate
From poor to good
From moderate to good

51% Shifting from “at risk” to “out of risk” category

Overuse Injury Prediction Capacity in Military

Injury Prediction Capacity: Poor

Physimax scores -> 3x more Lower Extremities injuries

Difference in Lower Extremity Injury Risk during Basic Combat Training
- 1,216 participants; Kenneth Cameron PhD, MPH, ATC (NATA 2018)

Operational Flow

Validated by the University of Connecticut, the University of North Carolina and Westpoint Miltary Academy

Trusted by Israel Defence Force,  The 3rd Ranger Battalion & The Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.

Phyismax’s movement analysis system is being used by the US army, sports organizations, universities to avoid injuries