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Sensoria Showcases New Remote Patient Monitoring Wearable Rehab Solutions

November 7, 2022, Chicago, IL – Sensoria® Health, the leading developer of Tele-Rehab Remote Patient Monitoring wearable solutions, announced today the availability of the first truly wearable tele-rehabilitation platform. Sensoria offers a patient-centric, multi-device mobile and cloud software tele-rehab system that makes it easy and efficient for physical therapists and clinicians to remotely monitor the most common conditions in their patient population.
All Sensoria solutions, together with the kinesiology research-focused Sensoria Developer Kit, are available and will be showcased at the Sensoria ACRM booth #501 at the ACRM 99th Annual Progress in Rehabilitation Show, held November 8-11, 2022, in Chicago, IL.
Sensoria’s tele-rehab cloud system, mobile apps for patients, and Sensoria Core microelectronic device enable each of the six available solutions in the Sensoria family. They include the Sensoria Smart Mat for wheelchair users, Smart Socks for movement disorders, Smart Knee Brace for knee rehab, Foot Defender Powered by Sensoria for diabetic foot ulceration offloading and activity monitoring, Respiration Rate Monitoring and Smart Stethoscope for long COVID, and NeurOpTrek for Risk of Fall (ROF) assessment.
The one comprehensive tele-rehab platform allows clinicians to remotely monitor a patient’s rehab journey and tackles some of the most challenging health concerns and those which cost the most money to treat effectively.  “In a post pandemic world, it is more important than ever to enable clinicians to serve patients both in person and remotely. Each one of Sensoria’s wearable tele-rehab solutions delivers sensor driven, quantified patient data combined with self-reported data to the physical therapist. It provides near real-time behavioral feedback to the patient and an easy-to-use clinician dashboard that monitors each personalized patient rehab journey remotely, improving outcomes while creating a new revenue stream for the clinician’s practice,” said Davide Vigano, Cofounder and CEO of Sensoria Health Inc.
Sensoria Health’s CEO, Davide Vigano, will present a symposium on “Wearable Technology Applications for the Field of Limb Loss Rehabilitation and Limb Preservation” with Dr. Jeff Rankin, Acting Director, Pathokinesiology Lab at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center (Los Angeles, CA) during ACRM on Tuesday, November 8 from 2:15 PM to 3:30 PM.
The following Sensoria solutions are available at ACRM in Sensoria booth #501:

Foot Defender+ powered by Sensoria: diabetic foot ulcer offloading and patient monitoring system.

Sensoria Mat: for pressure relief monitoring and prevention of ulceration for Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) patients and wheelchair users.

NeurOpTrek: smart socks ROF assessment system. NeurOpTrek recently won an award at The American Academy of Optometry Foundation (AAOF) inaugural BRIGHT IDEAS 2022 Pitch Competition in San Diego.

Sensoria Kinesiology SDK:

Also at the booth, GRD will demo the Ascend Powered by Sensoria Smart Knee Brace prototype:

ACRM poster presentation with University of Alberta: “Virtual Care Assessment of Respiration for Patients with Long COVID.”

About Sensoria Health Inc.
Sensoria Health is the leading developer of tele-rehab focused wearables, cloud-driven Remote Patient Monitoring, and Artificial Intelligence solutions that improve the aging consumer’s quality of life. Sensoria delivers the first AI-driven wearable human augmentation platform that tracks total-body patient movement and activity, remotely and in near real-time with proprietary sensor-infused smart garments, Sensoria Core microelectronics, and cloud system enabled smart footwear and clothing. Through textile and pressure sensors inserted in a sock or shoe, Sensoria powered IoMe (Internet of Me) wearables collect data on the physical activity of gait-impaired patients to improve their lives. For more information, contact Sensoria Health at, website: and
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Monday, November 7, 2022