The Physical Therapists’ Balance App

What does it do?

  • Virtualizes the Clinical Test of Sensory Integration & Balance (CTSIB)
  • Predicts Falls Risk in adults
  • Describes the Sensory Mismatch: Somatosensory, Visual or Vestibular
  • Prints a Written Report for billing purposes
  • Uses AI to do all this faster than existing pen-and-paper methods
  • Saves money over existing force plate technology

Where do I get it?

Right now, the Computer Vision tool is only available on the Apple App Store for iPhones and IPads:

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Who is the mobile app for?

DPT and PTA students are helping to validate the CTSIB test using Computer Vision by testing their fellow students. is sponsoring the PT Student AI Data Collection Experience where we provide an educational training experience and the students provide the data.

The goal is to train the algorithm to 99.9% accuracy in predicting a fall in images of the CTSIB test results.

Our team will also give your DPT and/or PTA students a 1-hour Balance & Falls presentation (Live Zoom ) on the CTSIB which will include:

  • Test psychometrics: falls prevalence, incidence and the impact of PT on fall risk reduction in the United States.
  • History of the CTSIB and the Sensory Organization Test (SOT).
  • Future directions of AI within PT.
4 images of the CTSIB using computer vision
4 images of the CTSIB using computer vision

Why does America need MORE Falls Risk Screening by Physical Therapists?

There is a silent epidemic of falling down and getting hurt… or worse.

Older Americans are at risk for falling down and Physical Therapists are important to help them prevent a fall.

  • Every 11 seconds a person falls down and is injured.
  • That’s 36 million people per year.
  • 1-in-4 people over the age of 65 will fall down in the next 12 months.
  • Each fall with injury costs our healthcare system nearly $14,000 in healthcare costs.

“Let PTs Treat People, Let Machines Gather Data.”

Virtual Student Data Collection Experience

The is partnering with schools and universities to provide a PT Student AI Data Collection Experience to Doctor of Physical Therapy students (as well as Physical Therapist Assistant students).

Your DPT and PTA students will participate with Machine Learning Engineers and Mobile App Designers to train the next generation of AI-augmented physical therapy tools.

Create the Future of Physical Therapy

Join the PT Student Data Collection Experience