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RUNEASI E-LEARNING CENTER

Our e-learning center is the place to be when you want to learn more about the practical implementation and interpretation of Runeasi in daily practice. It's separated into specific sections.

Get started: providing you with the building blocks to have a solid start.
Application: Walkthrough of the Runeasi application to know all the possibilities.
Interpretation: Learn how to interpret your patient's data.
E-workshops: Re-watch the internal workshops about specific topics.
Technical problems: Solve your technical problems with our tips.

 GET STARTED

Step 1

Make sure you sensor is connected. Place the belt with its sensor

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Step 1: Make sure the sensor is already connected, and the clips in a good position for your patients waistline.
Step 2: Lower and fold the pants to have a good reach to the pelvic area.
Step 3: Palpate the SIPS and place the belt centrally to the skin.
Step 4: Move the belts forward (below iliac crest) and let your close the close the belt, while you secure the central position of the sensor.
Step 5: Fold back the pants over the belt with it's loose ends. You are now ready to start your assessment!

 APPLICATION

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INTERPRETATION

RUNEASI E-WORKSHOPS

During this internal e-workshop we covered these topics: 
  • New health benchmarks: why, how & what?
  • Changing peak rate of impact to impact duration.

*New software release expected by February 23rd

Below, you can watch the video (English)

During this internal e-workshop we covered these topics: 
  • Running cadence
  • Why running cadence is individual
  • Increasing running cadence?
  • Is lower impact always better? 
  • Case 1: Left gluteal tendinopathy & right achilles tendon pain
  • Case 2: Right insertional achilles tendinopathy

Below, you can watch the video (English) 

During this internal e-workshop we covered these topics: 
  • How can you implement Runeasi in rehabilitation: a general framework
  • Understanding our core-metrics, and dynamic instability 2.0
  • How to conduct a walking assessment?
  • What metrics should you prioritize with injury?
  • How to conduct a 3-speed test: general recommendations
  • Why outdoor assessments can be important in return to sports

Click here to download the general framework & presentation

Below, you can watch the video (dutch) 

TECHNICAL PROBLEMS

Step 1: Check if the sensor wireless connection and location are switched on for our application (Go to device settings; locations).
Step 2: Check if the sensor has not been connected to another device nearby (this can happen automatically when previously connected).
Step 3: Check that the sensor has sufficient battery level (above 10%).
Step 4: Make sure that the coin-cell battery is positioned properly in the sensor.

If none of these suggestions work:
Step 1: Forcely close your application in the background, then re-open the runeasi application and try reconnecting again.
Step 2: Take out the coin-cell battery for 10 seconds to initiate a quick reset of your sensor.

None of these tips solved your problem?

Contact support

Step 1: Check that the sensor is within the wireless range of the sensor (i.e., less than 25 m).
Step 2: Make sure that the runeasi belt and sensor are correctly positioned and securely attached (Runeasi should be readable on the sensor while standing).
Step 3: Check that the sensor has sufficient battery level (above 10%).

If everything above is correct:
Try a quick reset of your sensor by taking out the battery for 10 seconds.

None of these tips solved your problem?

Contact support