Our Areas of Focus
Artificial intelligence combined with mobile phone technology can be a force for good. Our years of research has shown that artificial intelligence-based motion-tracking technology can be applied to a variety of pathways and through this, we aim to deliver patient-centred care across organisations.
Over the last 20 years in the UK, there has been a 12% increase in how likely a person is to experience disability because of low back pain.*
Our flagship products EMA and aiPhysio are designed to benefit sufferers of uncomplicated, mechanical lower back pain in a virtual setting. In progress are other musculoskeletal pathways.
Sports injury rehabilitation
Sport-related head and neck injuries, including concussion, are a growing global public health concern with a need to explore injury risk reduction strategies such as neck exercises.
Consideration should be given towards incorporating neck exercises into injury reduction exercise programs to reduce the incidence of sport-related head and neck injuries.*
Occupational Health -
Combating workplace stress
17.9 million working days were lost and 828,000 Workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or longstanding) in 2019/20 - Labour Force Survey (LFS).*
While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and performance, impact your physical and emotional health, and affect your relationships and home life. It can even determine success or failure on the job.
There are 850,000 people living with Dementia in the United Kingdom, and that number is 44 million across the globe.*
Alzheimer's Dementia is a neurodegenerative disease. This disorder leads to the death of brain cells causing memory loss and cognitive decline. Dementia, if allowed to progress leads to impairment of cells which control vital functions like breathing and can eventually lead to death.
*Source: Alzheimer's Research UK
Mental health and wellbeing
Mental illness is the second-largest source of burden of disease in England. Mental illnesses are more common, long-lasting and impactful than other health conditions.*
Around 1 in 5 (21%) adults experienced some form of depression in early 2021 (27 January to 7 March); this is an increase since November 2020 (19%) and more than double that observed before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic (10%).#
There were 712,680 births registered in the United Kingdom in 2019, and of these, there were 2,763 stillbirths and approximately 60,000 premature births.*
Regular exercise and reminders for healthy habits and routines can contribute to a smooth pregnancy.
More than half of all UK adults (63%) are classed as being overweight or obese - that’s over 35 million people.
The NHS spent £8,167,383 on Orlistat in 2020 in England, which is prescribed roughly once every two and a half minutes.
More than one million people were admitted to hsopital with obesity-related problems in 2019/20.*
Stroke strikes every five minutes.
100,000 people suffer a stroke each year and there are 1.3 million stroke survivors in the UK.*