Pursuit of Technology
Modern healthcare is advancing at
an exponential pace.
We’re proud to be a part of it.
At Centers, we take our commitments to the people in our care seriously. It’s why we pursue and embrace new technology and evolving best practices. Cutting-edge sciences like biomechanics and the rehabilitative equipment of tomorrow help us help the people in our care achieve optimal health.
We move forward. And you get stronger.
Engineered for InnovationVertically-integrated networks and interdisciplinary teams lead to broader thinking and greater innovations. It means our system is built for breakthrough solutions.
Always AcceleratingWith an eye toward faster, better, and newer technology, we’re constantly working to safely accelerate our patients' journeys–and enhance the overall wellness experience.
Advancements in rehab technology are being developed at an exponential pace. And we’re at the heart of it: Up to speed with every new development, and closely connected with leading-edge healthcare technology companies.
Meet the smart tech implemented
by our industry-leading team.
The Jintronix Biofeedback System
Built with computer gaming technology and multiple motion sensors, Jintronix gathers objective outcome measures so therapists can quantify the subtle progress patients make. Tracking clinical measures such as range of motion, weight-bearing status and squat depth helps therapists identify the right level of challenge.
Cardiac Telemetry Program
In-room livestream video heart monitoring 24/7. Vital sign monitors continuously transmit data, such as heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure, to a nearby location. A specially trained nurse can respond to any changes that signal a potential problem with the patient’s health status.
A 3-cell load platform that accurately measures the mobility of the patient. The system is also equipped with a trunk sensor, which analyzes the oscillation of the upper body. Improves strength, balance, and stability.
Developed by NASA to combat bone and muscle loss in the zero-gravity environment of the space station, astronauts strap into harnesses that allow them to run on a treadmill and perform other exercises. It can be used by a variety of patients, including those learning to walk again after injury or surgery and those suffering from other stresses on the joints such as arthritis or obesity.