TRUE WEIGHT BEARING MATTERS
True weight bearing 3D images overcome crippling limitations such as distortion and superimposition presented in traditional weight bearing plain radiographs, while providing significantly more precise and detailed diagnostic information.
For the first time, visualize the foot and ankle anatomy in true physiological weight bearing position in three dimensions, and accurately measure and visualize weight bearing spatial relationships of the bony anatomy.
Better for your patients, better for you.
Facilitate a better patient experience
- Instantly diagnose and develop a treatment plan within the first appointment
- Obtain greater treatment plan acceptance with on-site 3D visualisation
- Reduce the risk of losing patients between appointments
Your practice benefits
- Better quality diagnosis (your foot and ankle specialist can now manage the process rather than a generalist)
- Improved workflows
- An additional revenue stream
- Compact design facilitates in-office accessibility for physicians and patients
- with intuitive and powerful visualization software. Review data in multiple slice planes including axial, coronal, sagittal; and 3D renderings. Accurately and quickly make distance and angle measurements using the built-in tools. Measure distances and simple & complex angles, such as the inter metatarsal angles, quickly and efficiently
- relevant diagnostic information not seen in traditional radiographs. Cone beam CT provides 3D volumetric data with undistorted and unobstructed anatomic details.
- effectively with your patients in vivid 3D details for increased case acceptance.
- cone beam CT, has revolutionized treatment paths in dental and ENT practices in the past 10 years, and is now being adopted by the foot and ankle community.
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“I believe the pedCAT CT will revolutionize the imaging of foot and ankle conditions and I am certain it will become the standard of care for foot and ankle surgeons in the future, especially when diagnosing complex deformities and pain associated with prostheses.
– Dr Gerard Bourke, Bayside Orthopedics.