Implementing Qinematic software
Things to consider when introducing dynamic posture scanning to your service.
1. Type or service you will offer
There are 3 different basic touch points for your clients to experience a Posture Scan; a mobile service for portability or occasional use, a fixed station for busy clinics, retailers and large companies, or a semi-portable service for events.
2. Who is providing the service?
Users of Qinematic software are given access rights by their company, and Qinematic charges for access to the scan library with different privileges. ‘Scanners’ can deliver Posture Scan and give spontaneous feedback, ‘Advisors’ have access to the Note web app for quick reporting, and ‘Analysts’ can also use Movement Lab for analysis and follow-up consultations.
3. Design your Posture Scan service
Once you know how you wish to implement the service, get in touch with Qinematic for more ideas and tips for ways of working with objective outcomes and service models.
4. Purchase your hardware
Qinematic is focussed on excellent software. Contact your local supplier for hardware that meets the minimum specifications to run the software in a safe and reliable fashion.
5. Control the scan environment
For best results, the hardware and the testing environment should be set-up in a standardised way.
6. Create a Note Web App account
Having a Note Web App account is your gateway to the Qinematic software. Your Administrator will give you rights to certain features, then you will get a Welcome email so that you can manage your account through the Note Web App. Just follow the instructions in the email, and then start using the Note Web App as shown in the video.
7. Download the software
Simply open the Note Web App to download Posture Scan and Movement Lab directly from the home page.
8. Scan a person
Tight clothing or bare skin ensures the best quality scans and accurate measures. The person must be able to see and hear the instructions and able to follow them without interruptions. The exercises are basic, and the entire sequence takes approximately 6 minutes.
9. Instant feedback and e-Report
Following the scan, a person can instantly see their animated feedback onscreen, and send themselves a 6-page Summary report. The Analyst can review the movements and the measurements in Movement Lab at any time, in-house or remotely.