1,355,000+

Total Sparta Scans

7,000+

Injury Data Points

100+

Organizations

10+

Years of Data

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Recruit mission ready warfighters

Quickly identify fitness levels to recruit and select the best talent.

Quickly identify fitness levels to recruit and select the best talent.

Lower musculoskeletal injury through injury prevention.

Proactively reduce injury risk

Lower musculoskeletal injury through injury prevention.

Speed up rehabilitation safely

Speed up the return from injury and lower non-deployable costs.

Speed up the return from injury and lower non-deployable costs.

Quickly assess musculoskeletal injury risk across thousands of service members.

“Musculoskeletal injuries among Active Duty Soldiers result in over 10 million limited duty days (LDD) each year and account for over 70% of the medically non-deployable population.”
Injury Preventions: Just the Facts
Musculoskeletal injuries, fact sheet 12-01100417

Scan, diagnose, and prescribe within seconds

Quickly assess musculoskeletal injury risk across thousands of service members.

Case Study

Sparta system has provided ROIs to these units through a healthier and deployable force that is ready and available to serve.

General “Spider” Marks

How It Works

Assess

Validated scientific assessments determine an operator's strengths and weaknesses.

Diagnose

The Sparta Software compares an operator's results to our robust database and delivers actionable insights.

Prescribe

Validated prescriptions are tailored to each operator to reduce injury and improve performance.

Assess: The Sparta Scan

Jump Scan

The Sparta System includes force plate hardware coupled with Sparta Scan software that enables quick assessment of an individual’s movement and balance. The Sparta Scan includes a series of assessments that identify potential risk of injury as well as strengths and weaknesses. The first scan is for vertical jump.

Balance Scan

The Balance Scan, performed while standing on the force plate with a blindfold, assesses an individual’s static stability on the Left and Right legs. This quickly informs a practitioner if an individual is at an increased risk of re-injury or physically able to progress in rehabilitation. An individual must show sufficient static stability in both medial-lateral and anterior-posterior planes in order to protect from injury.

Plank Scan

The Plank Scan, performed with hands on the force plate in a plank position (either a full plank on feet or a half plank on knees), assesses an individual’s static stability on the Left and Right arms. This quickly informs a practitioner if an individual is at an increased risk of re-injury or physically able to progress in rehabilitation. An individual must show sufficient static stability in both medial-lateral and anterior-posterior planes in order to protect from injury.

Diagnose: The Movement Signature

Jump Scan

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The Movement Signature represents a warfighter’s force production qualities during the jump to determine the injury risk and readiness to serve.

Balance Scan

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The Balance Scan represents a warfighter’s static stability on their left and right sides. Used to determine readiness after lower body injury.

Plank Scan

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The Plank Scan represents a warfighter’s static stability on their left and right sides. Used to determine readiness after upper body injury.