World's most simple, sustainable & scalable movement analysis tool

MoveLab® is a biomechanics lab in every patients' pocket. It allows medical professionals to measure and track objective clinically relevant metrics from anywhere, using AI and their patient's smartphone or webcam.

Get Started
UKCA MarkExample subject with metrics overlaid
Step 1
Create any movement
Select your patient, then simply select or upload any movement pattern you want them to perform (i.e. seated knee extension, a squat, etc.)
Step 2
Choose what to track
Choose the joint(s) and metrics that are important for you and/or your patient, to capture and analyse
Step 3
Real-time insights
Patients see basic insights on screen as they perform the movement, then you both receive more detailed metrics and charts immediately after the movement
Measurement icon
Real-time objective feedback
Create any movement pattern for patients to follow anytime and anywhere with real-time feedback and actionable data. Easily track metrics such as range of motion, movement symmetry & consistency
Find out more
Stay connected and support the team remotely
From patient smartphone or webcam direct to you. Receive updates in real-time, filling the void between physical appointments or when it is difficult for patients to attend in-person
Find out more
Make it easy and maximise engagment
Allow patients to send updates from the comfort of their own home. Provide them with real-time insights into their own progress to aid self-care. Review at times most convenient for you.
Find out more

Could you gain more insight from movement?

MoveLab uses cutting edge AI to enable patients to gain real-time insights from movement, generating data and metrics for self-care and multi-disciplinary clinical teams. Below is an example of what we can calculate using only the camera on a patient's smartphone, tablet or webcam. We thrive on the challenge of developing additional metrics so if there is something that you need to measure, challenge us.

Want to progress your field?

We are working very closely with a number of innovative NHS and private clinicians to solve major healthcare challenges, and are always excited to learn about other opportunities to drive progress and collaborate