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Lameness Locator Touch

With the evolution of touchscreens on ruggedized tablet computers, the Lameness Locator program was rebuilt to leverage finger touch capability with full edge-to-edge screens, more spacing, larger buttons, and touch-friendly menus and navigation.

OES Members can schedule an appointment to have Technical Support update their system.

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Lameness Locator Touch

With the evolution of touchscreens on ruggedized tablet computers, the Lameness Locator program was rebuilt to leverage finger touch capability with full edge-to-edge screens, more spacing, larger buttons, and touch-friendly menus and navigation.

OES Members can schedule an appointment to have Technical Support update their system.

The next generation of biomechanical care software. 

Lameness Locator takes on a fresh new look and feel with greater flexibility for future enhancements and mobile operating system compatibility.

The next generation of biomechanical care software. 

Lameness Locator takes on a fresh new look and feel with greater flexibility for future enhancements and mobile operating system compatibility.

Say hello to truly touch-friendly technology.

Full edge-to-edge screen interface, with more spacing and larger buttons provides true touch capability (in addition to stylus touch for those who still prefer it).   

Lameness Locator Touch | OES Program
Say hello to truly touch-friendly technology.

Full edge-to-edge screen interface, with more spacing and larger buttons provides true touch capability (in addition to stylus touch for those who still prefer it).   

Trial reports are now customizable.

Lameness Locator Touch trial reports allow for use of your logo at the top of the report. Elevate your practice’s brand and service offering with these client-facing reports.
Trial reports are now customizable.
Lameness Locator Touch trial reports allow for use of your logo at the top of the report. Elevate your practice’s brand and service offering with these client-facing reports.

See what’s new.

Lameness Locator is always getting better, with new features continually improving usability. And with your Objective Evaluation Support (OES) membership, you get them as soon as we release them for FREE. Here are some of the latest updates.
See what’s new.
Lameness Locator is always getting better, with new features continually improving usability. And with your Objective Evaluation Support (OES) membership, you get them as soon as we release them for FREE. Here are some of the latest updates.
Hind Limb Outlier Removal

Hind limb outliers are now removed automatically in straight line, lunging and rider module trials.

LL PDF Subfolders

PDF or JPEG reports are now organized by additional subfolders helping you to find what you are looking for more quickly.

Sensor Rotation Detection Functionality

Detection of incorrectly placed sensors, including RF sensor rotation.

Customizable Trial Reports

Reports are now customizable with your practice logo displayed in the upper left of the page.

Streamlined Data Collection Screen

Trial set up and data collection screens are streamlined with intuitive start, stop and analyze buttons.

Manual Slide Selection

The manual stride selection (when activated) now displays the RF angular velocity signal instead of head acceleration.

Improved Flexion & Manipulation Test Trials

Flexion and Manipulation test trials are now truncated to the first 8 strides to avoid the collection of too many strides.

Thresholds vs. Reference Ranges

Equinosis has changed the report terminology of “thresholds” to “reference ranges”, which may be more intuitive when communicating the meaning of lameness metrics.

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