$297 for Three MyoWave Knee-Pain Assessments ($900 Value)
During MyoWave assessments, sensors non-invasively scan the knees, determining where muscle imbalances occur in a way that x-rays, MRIs, or other types of scanning do not. Following the assessments, patients are provided with a 13-point analysis detailing any imbalances, and will receive two followup appointments along with a custom exercise program that can reduce future incidences of knee pain.
The experts at Sonostics are pioneers in vibromyography, a technology developed at Binghamton University that transforms muscle vibration into information. Their MyoWave process uses sensors and preinstalled software to scan the knees and joints to root out various muscle imbalances, allowing the staff to customize an exercise regimen that patients can follow on their own or in consultation with their own trainer or physical therapist. Staff provide followup appointments between assessments in order to gauge the effectiveness of the exercise program.