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Before You Engage!
Your Need FitAssess toUnderstand
Muscular Structures
That May Hinder Your Ability To Perform!

Musculoskeletal problems that go undetected often lead to bodily compensations that can limit your movement and your ability to perform at high levels.

Get a FitAssess before you engage in exercise, physical activity or sports, you should uncover and accurately understand the muscular structures in your body that might severely impact your performance.

The Advanced Deductive Health Solutions FitAssess Muscular Assessment System is web-based and available on a computer or tablet!

Many people are unaware of muscular anomalies or bodily compensations until it’s too late! It’s only when they can no longer adequately perform a sport or engage in their favorite exercise that they question their ability to continue.

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The DHS FitAssess Muscular Assessment is the only true, accurate Assessment System that, in real-time, highlights the muscular structures of greatest potential impact and bodily compensations that hamper regular performance and provides a unique Prescriptive Workout Plan of Action to strengthen and correct the impacted areas!

It completely searches and cross references all muscles, muscle groups and bodily compensations in the body utilizing a proprietary 44 unique, proprietary Range-of-Motion examination. It continuously analyzes ROM exam results across 178 individual skeletal muscles and their interactions with more than 1,000 possible Range-of-Motion affiliations.

FitAssess been proven through hundreds of individual evaluations, including amateur and professional athletes, sports teams, active fitness and sport enthusiasts and senior citizens.

The FitAssess Assessment System Uses Advanced AI, Deep-Learning,
Neural Network Technology

AI Deep Learning

FitAssess utilizes advanced AI, Deep-Learning Neural Network algorithms to continuously analyze, in real-time, the results of each of the 44 Range of Motion tests.

As each ROM exam is completed, the AI engine recalculates and analyzes possible muscular restrictions while the Deep-Learning Neural Network algorithm looks for skeletal muscle interactions, muscular interactions and possible compensations across the body.

The FitAssess Muscular Assessment Measures Both
Open and Closed Kinetic Chains!

It is imperative that any analysis of muscular structures potential impacted areas consider both Open and Closed Kenetic chains.

"Open" is when the part of the body you're moving (typically a limb) is loose in space. In other words, the hand or foot is free to move and not pressing against a surface. This allows a muscle or muscle group to act in isolation.

"Closed" is when the body part you're using (as in the SQUAT example) is fixed against a hard, unrelenting surface, such as movement occurring at multiple joints and multi-joint axes or simultaneous movement of more than one joint segment.

Closed Kinetic Chain

Muscular Compensations May Hide the True Impact!

Muscular Deficiency

The symptoms and exact location of potential muscular impacts can vary - and can also spread from one joint or muscle region to other areas of the body.

Our body communicates with us all the time. A change in one part of the muscular system will usually cause the body to attempt to return to equilibrium, resulting in compensations or adaptations elsewhere in the system.

An ankle sprain may go away after a while, but the body may compensate for the sprain by adding more work and activity to the opposite knee and hip - leading muscular impacts far away from the original cause.

Only FitAssess is able to identify the actual locations of muscular compensations leading to reduced performance through comprehensive Range of Motion exams and the AI, Deep-Learning algorithms.

WITH FitAssess!

Contact Information

469-882-2654 Phone
18484 Preston Road
Suite 102-184
Dallas, Texas 75252


Based on AI, Deep-Learning, Neural Network Technology
A Proprietary Musculoskeletal Algorithm Which Analyzes and Cross References:

All Potential Muscular Deficiencies at Each of the Joints in the Body
All Impacted Areas Indentified by Range-Of-Motion Examinations
All Joint Instabilities Contributing to Reduced Sport Performance