Because it gives your doctor a lot more information about you and your condition than other scanning options.

Traditional imaging of the legs involves plain X-rays, which are two-dimensional (flat). The standard is a view from above and from the side and it is then up to your doctor to estimate how that would look in 3D.

With our scanners, a 3D scan can be taken while you are standing up. This shows any pressure on your joints and gives your doctor a much better picture of what might be wrong. This means they can better plan your treatment and recovery.