Your recovery companion

MotionSense® is a wearable remote therapeutic monitoring device that helps guide you through your knee replacement recovery. This device utilizes cutting-edge technology to support you through your journey and sends information directly to your surgeon and care team. Your care team will see your progress in real-time and will guide you through your recovery – right from the comfort of your home.

With MotionSense, you no longer need to wait until your next appointment to let your care team know about certain aspects of your progress. The MotionSense wearable and mobile phone application allow your surgeon to personalize your care based on your milestones such as range of motion, wound images and pain scores, as well as your responses to in-app surveys. Although this does not replace necessary appointments with your surgeon, this technology enables your healthcare team to receive frequent updates related to your progress between appointments and make timely recommendations to your recovery plan.

What is remote therapeutic monitoring?

Remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM) is the use of digital technology to automatically send real-time health data from the patient to their healthcare providers (surgeon, nurse, care team, physical therapist, etc.). Similar to telehealth (virtual visits to your doctor’s office), remote therapeutic monitoring has also become an important part of orthopaedic care for knee replacement patients.

What does MotionSense measure?

MotionSense allows your care team to remotely track your knee recovery and collect data on your:

  • Range of Motion (RoM)
  • Daily steps
  • Activity time
  • Prescribed exercise completion
  • Pain scores
  • Survey responses
Important information

*When connected to WIFI or cellular network. Stryker maintains privacy and security policies consistent with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). Patients must have a compatible smartphone and be evaluated as appropriate candidates for remote care.

About MotionSense®
Before using MotionSense, always read the Instructions for Use and ensure you understand the warnings and cautions on pages 12-15. Ask your doctor if you have any questions.
Warnings: MotionSense is intended only to be used by adults. Always use cable and parts as directed. Keep all cables and parts away from children and pets to avoid injury from strangulation, avoid choking on parts, and avoid damage to parts that may impact device performance. Always plug power cord directly into the wall socket. Do not use the power plug near water or get the power plug wet. Always use the supplied charger. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to electrical injury. Always position the power plug in the wall socket with the cable pointing downwards.
Cautions: MotionSense and associated exercise plans must only be set up by your care team. Always follow your care team’s advice. Only allow trusted clinicians to use your phone, as failure to do so may put your personal data at risk. Contact your care team if you experience skin irritation from the patches or sensors. Using MotionSense with irritated skin may result in further skin irritation or injury. Do not immerse the sensors in water or bend the sensors. Doing so may break or damage the sensors, and negatively impact your recovery progress. Do not charge the sensors while wearing them. Trying to do so may result in electrical shock or injury from excessive sensor heat. Only use supplied patches, never re-use patches and clean sensors regularly. Do not use MotionSense if it has expired. Using expired sensors may give incorrect readings. Never share sensors with other patients. Do not service or modify MotionSense. Do not use patches on your wound, as doing so may lead to an increased risk of infection. Do not use physical assistance during exercises. Physical assistance from anyone other than your Care team may result in injury or have a negative impact on your recovery progress.

MotionSense complies with privacy and security policies consistent with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

Ask your doctor if a knee replacement is right for you. Stryker Corporation or its other divisions or other corporate affiliated entities own, use or have applied for the following trademarks or service marks: Stryker, MotionSense. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respected owners or holders.


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