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AI-Guided/Cloud Based Interactive Functional Movement/Fitness Training Equipment

Pioneer in medical rehabilitation industry, with the best functional movement/fitness training for rehab and active aging

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Origin of SMARC 

SMARC is a series of medical-grade therapeutic functional movement training equipment that covers all parts of the body including the upper body, (chest,shoulder-scapulae and arm), core (abdomen, back, buttocks, hip, and pelvic floor) and lower limbs (thigh, leg, ankle, and feet). SMARC was inspired and developed based on the integration of medical rehab theories, clinical trials of physiotherapy, and sports science by an international team from Japan, Spain, USA and Taiwan since early 2010. SMARC specializes in enhancing body self-healing bio-mechanism system to repair different body functions and functional movement performance for rehab patients, sub-healthy adults, and seniors.

Design Philosophy
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SMARC is practically applied as an extension of one-on-one manual physiotherapy in a clinical setting. Based on the combination of clinical medical evidence and scientific data, SMARC offers personal functional movement evaluation and precise AI movement training prescription for various degenerated user groups to relieve symptoms of pain and soreness, enhance body's self-healing  bio-mechanism system, repair body functions, and recondition health status.

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Product Certificates
“SMARC” is a complete series of 8 functional movement training equipment, the patented integrated combination of hardware, software and AI cloud based health management system, was designed to repair body function, to relief syndrome, to improve functional capacity, quality of motion and cognitive level.
Application

Shoulder Neck Syndrome / Low Back Pain / Metabolic Syndrome

/  Geriatric Reconditioning Program  /  Neuro-Rehab

Shoulder Neck Syndrome

In recent years, increasing problems related shoulder-neck disorders has been reported around the world. This is because of constrained work postures and repetitive work tasks in industry. The prevalence rate of tension neck syndrome among male industrial workers is 4-9%. Compared with blue collar workers, white collar had a significant odds ratio (4.8) of shoulder neck syndrome. (Hagberg, 1986, Prevalence rates and odds ratios of shoulder-neck diseases in different occupational groups, British Journal of Industrial Medicine; 44:602-610)

Low Back Pain

Low back pain is a common disorder involving the muscles and bones of the back. It affects about 40% of people at some point in their lives. 26.4% of U.S. adults report back pain lasting at least a day in the past 3 months. (Deyo, 2002, Back Pain Prevalence and Visit Rates, SPINE Volume 31, Number 23, pp 2724–2727)

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_back_pain)

Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome affects approximately 24% of the adult population; according to the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III) criteria, about 47 million people have metabolic syndrome in US, including 44% of those in the ≥ 50-year age group. 

(http://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/484166_2)

Geriatric Reconditioning Program

Today, there are nearly 1 billion people in the world over the age of 60. By the year 2030, the number of individuals 65 years and over will reach 70 million in the United States alone. Those 85 and older will then be the fastest-growing segment of our population. According to World Health Organization, being in the older age group is becoming the 'new normal' for the world's population. (Exercise and older adult, ACSM current comment)

Neuro-Rehab

In 2008, Stroke caused 6.2 million deaths (~11% of the total) worldwide. Approximately 17 million people had a stroke in 2010 and 33 million people have previously had a stroke and are still alive. Between 1990 and 2010 the number of strokes decrease by approximately 10% in the developed world and increased by 10% in the developing world. Overall two thirds of strokes occurred in those over 65 years old.

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stroke)

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