Spine 3d, the new frontier of medical technology
In recent years, technology has enabled us not only to perfect our working methods, our approach to diagnosis, but also to take important steps towards patient care and patient protection. We know this well, every action has a consequence and this often applies to the world of medicine as well. So when we take a medicine, the main focus is on contraindications. When we undergo checks with radiation, we go in search of (and find) the problem that ails us, but we do so in a way that is not entirely healthy for our bodies.
It is for this reason that we have directed studies and expertise towards a new technological frontier that can protect the patient every step of the way, from the preliminary check-ups to the continuous and often necessary check-ups that one must undergo to keep the various stages of recovery under control.
Spine 3d from Sensor Medica was born from these assumptions, using LiDar technology. But certain words mean little to the patient. Let us therefore understand a little better what we are talking about. What is LiDar?
The acronym LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) identifies technology that measures the distance to an object by illuminating it with a laser light, while at the same time being able to return high-resolution three-dimensional information about the surroundings.
No potentially harmful rays, therefore, but the possibility of carrying out checks in complete safety and with a frequency that we would certainly not have allowed ourselves in the past. Thus, Spine 3d not only becomes an indispensable tool for the specialist who wants to monitor the health condition of his patient, but it is the very tool that provides guarantees in terms of health for you who need to undergo numerous examinations.
Who undergoes examinations using Spine 3d?
Spine 3d is able to ‘read’ your back and return useful information to all of us. For example, it is very useful for expectant mothers who want to monitor their backs (we know very well how many and what back problems occur during pregnancy, and we have also spoken about this recently) without having to worry about the health of their child. It is suitable for athletes who need to have frequent check-ups after an injury, or for elderly people who need to monitor their health on a regular basis.
Spine 3d also helps us to clearly identify posture problems (also the cause of many musculoskeletal problems). A tool for everyone, working with the highest level of technology and putting you, the patient, at the centre – your health.
Spine 3d is not a substitute for the usual radiological examinations, but it is very useful in many stages of the healing process to greatly limit their use. You will find a lot of useful information on our site, but if you have any doubts, do not hesitate to contact us. An expert is always ready to provide you with all the necessary explanations. Or search for a Spine 3d centre and make a preliminary appointment. Come and see for yourself what the new technologies can do for you.