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[How to explain] Static analysis

If all items are explained,

clients will find it boring and difficult to understand.

We'll come up with a good explanation!

1. Angle and grade

- Focus on the top 3 risk factors

If you explain the top three risk, you can save time and show the risk of static analysis.

A high percentage means a high risk.

- If the client's body posture has rotation, use moire

Yellow is the closest to the camera


blue is the most far from the camera.

2. Musculoskeletal

- Check out the red skeleton

The higher the risk, the more red it is.

- Fixing bad lifestyle habits of clients

Once you click on each list, you can see 'behavior modifications'.

It can tell you about bad lifestyle habits and show you stretching videos.

At this time, if you press the 'normal(or ideal)' button, you can communicate more smoothly.

- Spinal misalignment

Show the client's spine in detail and tell them

the importance of correct posture.

- Explain the name, shape, and state of tension of the muscle

Clients may not be able to recognize the names or uses of muscles well.

Instruct the client in the direction of loosening up tense muscles

and strengthening weakened muscles.

If you press the button on the right,

you can see both the outside and the inside.

3. Result documents

- Want to see the list in order of risk?

Please tell the client's rating and the 3 most dangerous spots.

Please focus on this part and make people aware of the need for body posture correction.

Describe the high-risk spots to change behaviors bad for correct posture.

- Want to see the client's skeleton image? 

The imbalance of static posture recognized by the skeleton image.

Explain to change wrong behaviors.

- Do you just want to see pictures and baselines?

Describe the imbalance your client has with the grid