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Stable Feet

A Smart Gait Rehabilitation Insole for Your 50 Plus Life
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Smart Insole For Gait Rehabiliation

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Smart Rehab App

AI based machine learning app customized for every individual. Tracks your daily routine and rehab process

Bio Feedback

Vibrotactile instructional cues for patients. Keeps an eye on gait cycle, speed, cadence and step length

Cloud Connected

Connected with cloud server, receiving and sending rehab exercises was never that easy for your caregiver.

Acute Events Alert

Intelligent software predicts and warms the care giver of any acute events such as fall and injuries.

Wireless Charging

Simple place on changing wireless station and let it charge in an hour. Charged once use all week long.

Fully Customized

Custom size to fit your needs. Slide in any of your shoes because its made as light weight, breathable and anti-bacterial.

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AI Based Smart App Features

Fully loaded with AI (Artificial intelligence) based smart app, the machine learning algorithms learn your patterns, stance time, foot swing and pressure points followed by real time optimizer algorithms that analyze and optimize posture and gait patterns by manipulating pattern and pressure inputs. Smart app generates vibration active sensation under your feet to assist the brain in achieving the optimized gait pattern and correct posture.

  • Pattern Recognition (Machine Learning) APP

  • Real Time Data Logging and Analysis

  • User Friendly GUI (Elderly and Athletic Themes)

  • Automatic Alert for your Nurse/Rehab centre

Stafeet In News
StaFeet is an active biofeedback system with vibrotactors embedded in the soles. Research has shown beneficial effects of vibrotactile feedback providing instructional cues for patients with neurological disabilities. The active feedback system built in StaFeet will provide active training and clinical rehabilitation which can be performed at home or while doing daily activities without the need of visiting the dedicated training and rehabilitation centers. 
Elderly Case Study - Gait Rehabilitation
 In Elderly people gait disturbance results in functional disability after stroke, and improving walking functionality is the most often stated goal of such subjects among all stroke-related impairments. One-sided weakness, also known as hemiparesis, is the most common impairment pattern among the subjects suffering stroke, which can result in gait asymmetry. As gait symmetry and energy expenditure are related, the most efficient pattern is a symmetrical gait. Individuals with stroke have higher energy expenditures during gait and extremely low ambulatory activity levels compared with healthy controls.
   The poststroke asymmetric gait pattern appears to be an important factor in the increased energy expenditure observed. The musculoskeletal health of the nonparetic limb is also negatively affected by an asymmetric poststroke gait. High forces repeatedly applied to a limb can lead to pain and joint degeneration. In a poststroke gait, increased vertical ground reaction forces through the nonparetic lower limb are positively correlated with temporal asymmetry. Thus, over time, the asymmetric gait of such subjects exposes the nonparetic limb to increased loading.
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