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What is Lynx?

Quick and objective functional assessment of patients with musculoskeletal problems

Lynx is a solution composed of software and medical sensors that allow the mobility of each joint in the human body to be easily and precisely measured in less than 3 minutes.

The system will allow you to evaluate the patient’s range of motion and strength before, during, and after treatment, thus making therapeutic planning easier.

Each sensor in its interior integrates an accelerometer, a gyroscope, and a magnetometer to be able to capture the movement in the three planes of space and allow a complete assessment of the joint range.

In just 3 steps...


Place the sensors on the pathological joint to monitor the patient’s movements.



With just a simple click, Lynx automatically quantifies all the key parameters of the movement.



Lynx automatically generates a complete patient report with a graphical and numerical representation of the results.


Why should you use Lynx?

Fast and non-invasive measurement
3D analysis of motion limitations
Accurate and real-time biofeedback
Simultaneous measurement of 2 bilateral joints
Simple and intuitive results
Quality assurance: CE marking of medical device

Everything you need to Measure, Analyze and Inform your patients

Discover the products Lynx

Lynx is made up of two modules: ROM and DYNAMO. They can be purchased together or separately.


Strength analysis module. Using a single sensor, tension forces of up to 100 kg can be measured.

  • Maximum and average load
  • Response time at maximum load
  • Holding time at maximum load

Lynx ROM

Joint movement analysis module.

The sensors can be placed in any joint of the body.

To measure a single joint, 2 sensors are needed, and the use of 4 sensors at the same time serves to perform a simultaneous bilateral comparison of a healthy and a pathological joint.

  • Maximum and Average Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Movement harmony
  • Position vs Velocity Graph

To perform a simultaneous bilateral comparison of a healthy and a pathological joint


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