The diagnostic capabilities focus on the provision of information to facilitate a primary diagnosis of the pathology and serves as a support tool for monitoring the pathology.

It has been observed that asymmetric temperature differences that involve a difference of around 0.3 and 0.6ºC between one side and the other are indicative of pathology. Making these differences visually relevant to the physiotherapist can help them generate a better diagnosis and even rethink and adapt treatments based on the thermal evolution of the pathology. Let’s not forget that the robot can heat or cool an area. There are two approaches to thermographic imaging:


Where the patient must comply with study conditions that do not influence the temperature of the area to be studied. This type of study will provide valuable information on thermal asymmetries or evolution in an inflammation, for example, or in a radiculopathy where the temperature will be decreased but may be limited in order to give an interpretation to certain musculoskeletal pathologies that have variable non-thermal. In this sense, the proposal of ADAMO Robot is the growth towards Deep learning and the treatment of Big Data, in order to provide information to the therapist based on the experience of the data.


Thermography is used to check how much and how quickly a muscle becomes vascularized, and therefore heated, after a demand for physical activity. This will allow the therapist to know before an injury, or in its evolution, to propose the most appropriate treatment based on said information.

Adamo support the medical profesional with diagnostic imaging