Objective Injury Rehabilitation

The Short Version

Injury rehabilitation protocols are predicated on subjective measurements that, while often successful, limit the practitioner and athlete from full confidence in each step along the way. Utilizing Sparta Science technology in the rehabilitation process provides objective measurements that offer a full-body assessment of strength and proprioception.

The Sparta Science system can objectively assess and monitor strength, balance, proprioception, and movement to guide criteria-based rehabilitation protocols. Three different unique assessments, Jump, Balance, and Plank, can be utilized throughout the rehabilitation process in a practical and scalable way. This objective information not only provides practitioners with more information, but can create transparency and alignment within organizations and clarity to injured patients, athletes, and soldiers on where they currently stand and how far they need to progress to return to activity.

The three Sparta Scans (below) provide:

  1. Full body objective measurement of movement, strength, and proprioception.
  2. Database powered by machine learning and 3rd party validated research identifies inherent injury risk based on movement assessment.
  3. Automatic identification of meaningful change to provide insight during rehabilitation and allows for progress to be monitored objectively.


Example Criterion-Based Rehabilitation Guidelines:


Jump (mid to late-stage rehabilitation)

  • Strength
  • Neuromuscular Function
  • Movement Compensation & Injury Risk
  • Fatigue & Readiness

Balance (all stages of rehabilitation)

  • Proprioception
  • Unilateral Stability
  • Balance & Coordination (concussion)
  • Fatigue & Readiness

Plank (all stages of rehabilitation)

  • Core Stability
  • Upper Extremity Function
  • Core Strength & Endurance
  • Fatigue & Readiness

The Long Version

Coming Soon!