Motor Vehicle Accidents

Bringing Objectivity to Measuring the Impact of a Car Accident

Being in a motor vehicle accident can be a life-altering event.  The provision of an objective, consistent, accurate measure of the exact degree of impairment can support a person in both their legal and injury treatment journey. People need to focus on getting better, not arguing about whether or not they are hurt. If your client/patient has recently been in a car accident, we would encourage them to come to Yāna for a musculoskeletal assessment. If the accident was not their fault, the information you provide from a Yāna report will be especially useful as 3rd parties such as lawyers, other healthcare professionals and law enforcement personnel become involved.

Is Yāna For My Clients/Patients?


They Feel Fine, Why Get Checked Out?
Just because they don’t feel any pain following a car accident doesn’t mean an injury hasn’t occurred. Injuries that are left unchecked or unnoticed can cause later and greater problems in the future.


Can They Complete the Assessment While Injured?
Yes! In fact, we encourage it. They should be able to complete the entire assessment regardless of their range of motion, but if they are unable to perform a portion of the evaluation, modifications can be made to simplify the process and still give useful information.


Will Yāna Help in Their My Recovery?
The Yāna Report is incredibly valuable and allows healthcare professionals better understand a patient’s situation, equipping them or you to select the best possible treatments and fast-track the recovery process.

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The Paradigm Shift

The advances in computational and cloud processing and motion capture technology have created a ‘Paradigm Shift’ in the tracking, set-up and measurement of musculoskeletal health and range of motion. In as little as 30 minutes you will have an objective, accurate and comprehensive look at your client’s complete movement pattern. This technology was simply not possible before and is more accurate and reproducible than techniques presently used. We like to think about markerless motion capture like a doctor performing a CT scan; while they can examine a patient with their hands, a CT scan gives far more information about their patient’s body and is now a gold standard evaluation tool for healthcare professionals around the globe. Yāna’s 3D markerless motion capture techniques and proprietary reporting protocols represent the same leap in information gathering and will soon be the new gold standard in musculoskeletal assessment.

Yāna’s Unique Assessment System

At Yāna Motion, our range of motion assessments can help a  person get the care they need following a motor vehicle accident. A motion assessment can be performed at any stage of their journey. Without cumbersome markers used in traditional assessments, our setup is suitable whether their range of motion is limited or not. A  Yāna report is also inexpensive compared to other modalities as well as quick and completely reproducible across sessions. Healthcare professionals can use the report to prescribe better treatments based on information never before available. A client or patient’s recovery process may even be faster with the right treatment plan. Knowing the status of their musculoskeletal system is just as important as knowing their blood pressure or cholesterol, and Yāna has the only comprehensive, fast, accurate and proven musculoskeletal assessment tool available.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A patient or client should come to the Yāna Motion Lab™ for any of the following reasons:

  • Routine preventative motion health maintenance
  • Starting a new training regime
  • The beginning of an athletic season
  • After an injury at work
  • Post athletic injury
  • Before starting a new job
  • After a car accident
  • Before starting physiotherapy
  • After any musculoskeletal injury

They should wear comfortable activewear and running shoes when they come to the lab. It’s ideal if they wear clothing that doesn’t restrict their movement in any way. You will be provided with advice in this area as part of the Yana support.