KINVENT: Biofeedback in personalised rehabilitation

Published: February 13, 2024

Biofeedback Sensors

KINVENT allows users to use one or more sensors at the same time in a single exercise to then read the instant feedback on their app. This enables you to plan and pick specific exercises tailored to the patient and monitor their results using biofeedback. The app provides some suggested exercises, depending on the session you wish to complete you can combine customise, and gamify the exercises.

biofeedback sensors and app


Once you have collected all the data the app can generate reports that can be made as detailed or as simplified as you need. The data can then be exported securely, allowing you to share data instantly. There is also an option for these reports to be branded.


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We can provide demos for you and your clinic if you would like to know more about the sensors, app and what they can bring to you.


The 8 Sensors

To understand what each of these sensors we will break them down for you:

K-Grip in hand with K-Force app and biofeedback


A hand-held dynamometer to measure and assess grip strength. K-Grip is a necessary tool for neurological rehabilitation, tracking fatigue in high-performance athletes, fighting the ageing process, and so much more.

K-Bubble with app and biofeedback


An innovative pressure dynamometer. K-Bubble is the ideal tool to objectively measure patients’ ability to exert pressure with anybody part, as it transforms pressure variations in force measurements. It is ideal for tests on the adductors or the cervical rachis.

K-Move with the app


A goniometer is designed to take measurements of the range of motion. Developed to objectify human movement, K-Move allows you to analyse the posture, support and amplitude of movement of your patients to better understand their global mobility.

K-Pull with app


Robust and versatile, K-Pull is a traction dynamometer designed to measure the isometric strength of powerful muscle groups, along with strength ratios, endurance, or muscle symmetry from any angle.

K PUSH with K Force


A lightweight, versatile, and connected hand-held dynamometer that’s designed to deliver quick strength assessments on the go. It allows you to assess the maximum and isometric strength of almost 40 muscle groups with its range of accessories.

K-Plates with the app

K-Force Plates

Our portable force plates are the perfect solution for measuring static and dynamic balance in a wide range of movements (like stance and squats). With its resistance and its lightweight design, it is ideal for assessment and exercise in proprioception.

K-Force Plates
Kinvent K-Deltas on display


K-Deltas measure and improve athletes’ physical performance and help physiotherapist manage their return to sport. Thanks to their design their load capacity is 2 tonnes per delta.

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The non-invasive EMG sensor helps shorten the rehabilitation process by chasing the weakened muscle groups, transcending muscle activation, and tracking the patient’s improvement. The K-Myo is a portable physical therapy device that allows practitioners to collect and analyse data on muscle distribution rates, reconstruction, imbalance, power, and activation.


Measuring Progress with Tempo Training

The KINVENT application offers a range of tools for effectively monitoring patient progress. The evolution of tempo success percentages over time provides a concrete overview of improvement in movement execution. In addition, muscle assessments provide an overall understanding of physical evolution and progress.

This information provides a solid basis for making informed adjustments to exercise routines, to achieve optimal results for each patient. In short, Tempo Training with KINVENT offers a scientifically backed approach to accelerating recovery and preventing injury, paving the way for more effective, personalised rehabilitation.


Empowering Shared Decision-Making

Shared Decision Making (SDM) is a dynamic communication process where healthcare professionals and patients collaboratively make informed decisions that resonate with the patient’s values and preferences. Three crucial components drive SDM: clear medical evidence, clinician expertise, and patient goals.


Read the article from National Health Service (NHS) England


Patient-Centric Features

  • Progress Tracking: KINVENT empowers patients by offering real-time tracking of their progress, providing tangible evidence of improvement, and fostering engagement in their rehabilitation journey.
  • Assessment and Training: Personalised assessments and training programs within KINVENT allow physiotherapists to tailor treatments to individual patient needs, aligning seamlessly with shared decision-making principles.
  • Asking for Patient Feedback with Visual Analog Scale: Integrating the Visual Analog Scale enables physiotherapists to inquire about patient experiences during assessments and training, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the patient’s perspective.
  • Transparent Consultation Planning: KINVENT ensures patients are well-informed about upcoming consultations through the app. It provides a clear overview of planned activities, fostering patient understanding, and active engagement in their care decisions.


Overcoming Device Limitations

  • Personalised Training Anywhere, Anytime: KINVENT Biofeedback allows patients to execute prescribed exercises directly on their devices. This not only overcomes the limitations of physiotherapist devices but also enables patients to engage in personalised training anywhere, anytime. This aligns with the principles of SDM by providing flexibility and convenience for patients.
  • Enhancing Treatment Efficiency: The seamless integration of biofeedback into personal devices facilitates efficient and targeted training. Physiotherapists can guide patients remotely, optimising treatment plans based on real-time data, and patients can perform exercises with the guidance of biofeedback at their convenience.


In conclusion, the integration of KINVENT and real-time biofeedback into Shared Decision Making revolutionises physiotherapy. The integration of technology, exemplified by the KINVENT Physio app, plays a pivotal role in enhancing collaboration between patients and physiotherapists.