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Artificial intelligence is now also used to analyze the spine in Pavia

A non-invasive instrumentation: this is the Spine 3D three-dimensional detection system. In Pavia, a diagnostic system for spinal disorders, which uses artificial intelligence, is available to patients.

Spine 3d on TV2000 in the program "My doctor"

The novelty represented by the Spine3d technology is involving an increasing number of medical specialists, arriving to attract the attention of the specialized media. On February 24, the new live episode of the program “My doctor” (TV2000 broadcaster) was broadcast and viewers were able to appreciate the effectiveness of the instrumentation created not only to help specialists in their patient evaluation process , but also to preserve the health of the same, especially in relation to those more sensitive categories: children, pregnant women, the elderly, sportsmen who need to make frequent checks.

Two high-profile specialists explained how Spine 3d works: Dr. Daniele Mazza, orthopedic surgeon and first-level medical director at the Sant’Andrea University Hospital in Rome, and Dr. Ferruccio Montesi, podiatrist.

With the help of the patient Luca, we were able to see how Spine3d can help the doctor in the analysis of posture and in the overall evaluation of the back. Dr. Montesi clearly specified that the technology of the instrumentation is not a substitute for the classic x-ray analysis, but that it guarantees in-depth preliminary analyzes with the advantage of not targeting the patient with rays harmful to health. A completely non-invasive tool, as pointed out several times, but complete.

After a very short data processing time (about 10 seconds) the two specialists were able to proceed, live, with an initial analysis of the patient. Dr. Mazza showed the potential of the tool by analyzing – thanks to extremely defined 3D images – the spine under examination, immediately highlighting some points of interest regarding the patient’s conformation.

Similarly, Dr. Montesi was able, with a quick observation, to show a postural imbalance in the patient, represented by an advanced pressure of the left foot. All with a process that lasted a few seconds and in a completely non-invasive way, safeguarding the health of the boy under examination.

To view the video and learn more about the potential of Spine3d technology (Sensor Medica) this is the link:

Spine 3D on Medicina 33 (RAI News)!

 The new episode of Medicina 33 (on Rai News), curated by Laura Berti, was aired today. And the service opened with a service – by Andrea Martino – dedicated to our Spine 3d.

 Dr. Luca Marin (Laboratory of Adapted Motor Activity – LAMA – of the University of Pavia) illustrated the benefits of the non-invasive system created by Sensor Medica, showing how – even in the case of scoliosis – it is possible to undergo tests without the need use ionizing and potentially harmful rays.

You can see the service at this link:

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