an innovative non-invasive three-dimensional optoelectronic detection system

Non-invasive and safe scoliosis test

- Do you have back pain? Do you want to have your baby examined for scoliosis? Are you pregnant and don't want to undergo invasive checks?
- Do you afraid of radiological instruments? Are you recovering from an injury and need regular check-ups?
Do you have a sedentary job and back pain is becoming more and more unbearable every day?
- Spine 3D has arrived, an innovative, non-invasive, three-dimensional detection system. It allows an accurate assessment of the spine. As a result any reason of the back pain can be detected fast and easy.
- With Spine 3D, you can carry out as many test as you want, starting from the possibility of being able
to refine an accurate diagnostic hypothesis (before undergoing an invasive examination, which may not be necessary or not suitable for a correct view of the problem).

- You can check for scoliosis (a problem that occurs most frequently during puberty or the menopause), a curved back, a sloping pelvis or even severe osteoporosis.

- Of course you can also be checked after a very strong trauma (car accident or accident – private or at work), in case of suspected lithiasis or for particular cervical problems, examinations which usually take place by means of magnetic resonance imaging and which you can now carry out in the first instance in a non-invasive and completely safe manner.


- Using LiDar technology (used in light and vibration analysis)

- Allows repeated testing and analysis without affecting health

- Can be used in all different lighting conditions


Automatically identifies reference points on the spine and can be modified manually

The data acquisition process with RGB cameras and infrared cameras helps keep images from being disturbed by ambient light

The examination process only takes 5 minutes

Clinical parameters and complete information, with automatic reports, useful for diagnosing spinal pathologies and postural problems.


- Length, tilt and imbalance of the spine in different planes

- Deviation and rotation angle of the spine

- Angle and depth of hunchback problem

- Tilt and height difference of the shoulder and pelvis

Posture analysis video