IPC Physical Therapy is excited to announce the adoption of cutting edge technology called the Kinetisense. The Kinetisense system allows precise analysis of a clients range of motion, their posture in three dimensions, and it serves as a balance and concussion tool that records the clients motor errors pre-season and compares motor errors post concussion injury. This technology allows practitioners better tools for safely determining a return to sport in student athletes. The Kinetisense system offers precise range of motion measurements at the neck, shoulders, elbows, spine, hips and knees with nearly zero margin of error, far more precise than any therapist or practitioner could measure on their own. The Kinetisense system serves all ages, from elite athletes and weekend warriors who can use the system to undergo a functional movement screen that can identify joint derangement or imbalances before the athlete ever knows there is a problem, all the way to tracking and analyzing a geriatric individuals balance. This technology is only offered in three facilities across the entire state of Idaho and is portable enough for the team at IPC to bring this technology to school systems for concussion baseline testing, to workplaces for ergonomic and posture evaluations and beyond. The system can be found full time at IPC Physical Therapy where they already offer the only anti-gravity treadmill system in the region and their Physical Therapist, Amanda Thome is one of only two IMPACT concussion trained Physical Therapists in the state of Idaho.