Precise, radiation-free back scan

Identifies the essentials for individual back treatments.



Individual back scan for targeted therapies.
Optimised treatment outcome and reduced risks.

Therapy monitoring

Transparent patient information in the form of simple, easy-to-understand graphics.
Precise data on the spinal column’s geometry to document the treatment outcome.


Identification of any abnormalities via substantiated determination of back geometry, stability and mobility.
Generation of relevant clinical data for the development of successful therapies.




More customers due to an individual back analysis. Clearly laid-out standard and individual reports show the current state of the spinal column and document the outcome of the therapy.


The Idiag M360 was developed in close cooperation with Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany.


The Idiag M360 is a CE-certified product and has been granted other international certificates.


This product with unique functionality is used by thousands of doctors and therapists, and in around 5000 clinics and health centres worldwide.


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What is the difference between the Idiag M360, MediMouse and SpinalMouse?

These three names refer to one and the same product. The MediMouse and the SpinalMouse were renamed on the 1st of March 2018 and are now known as the Idiag M360.

After an Idiag M360 recording, what information is available to the patient?

The results contain important clinical information on posture, mobility and stability of the back. The doctor and physiotherapist need this data and use it to prepare the best possible treatment, therapy or holistic health plan for the patient.

What is the operating principle of the Idiag M360?

During the recording, the device records the vertebrae’s distances and positions in the x, y and z planes. This information, combined with known anthropometric data about the vertebral body dimensions, is necessary in order to calculate the relative positions of the sacrum, the vertebral bodies and the angles between them using a complex algorithm.

What do the reference values of the Idiag M360 relate to?

The reference values for patients were determined via standardised recordings from people without back problems and matched to the respective gender and age group. The data acquisition occurs at the Institute for Learning in Motion – Health Promotion (Institut für Bewegtes Lernen – Gesundheitsförderung) in Vienna, Austria, and at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany.


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