Ultralight Podoscope incorporate high reflection system footprint through green dual illumination with high performance polarized light. Inclined reflection system enables better study of foot disorders, appreciating ...
The computerized Podoscopico scan scans the feet Under load in order to deepen the morphological condition
Podoscopes The podoscope is the essential tool for clinical sole pressure examination. Thanks to the tangential fluorescent light and a modern design, the PODO'LINE podoscope combines ...
No cure can be effective without the exact knowledge of the problem that afflicts the patient. Quality, reliability and clinical efficacy are the parameters that have guided us in choosing the products of this part of the catalogue.
Podocolor is a podoscope that comes with a control that is used to adjust the intensity and colour of the light source, in order to achieve better viewing of the imprint, according to the user’s needs. It allows to obtain ...
We provide advanced technologies to support and complete the others devices: with our optolectronics every specialist can make a very accurate postural check-up, through both cameras (videography 2D), both through high resolution podo-scanner ...
This chrome plated steel tube setup has a few mirrors that are easy to adjust plus a goniometer with an indicator. This also operates with 220V-50Hz lighting.
Integrated podoscope and foot scanner system The DIERS digiscan system is conceived for static foot inspection using a mirror system, for controlled foot treatment (e.g. in proprioceptive insoles), for immediate documentation ...
PODOSCOPES ENLTA008 Podoscope for footprint analysis with tangential fluorescent lighting
How to choose this product
A podoscope allows podiatrists to carry out a static examination of the feet by providing a view of the patient's footprints.
These devices reveal the foot's load-bearing zones, other diverse characteristics and possible malformations which can lead to postural anomalies and pain. Examination results can help in the choice of orthopedic insoles.
The simplest podoscopes use mirrors to display the footprints. Fluorescent models orient the light to eliminate annoying reflections, providing a clearer view of the underside of the foot.