A Vital Sign for Movement Health

Reducing the impact of Musculoskeletal injuries by helping the world move better

A Vital Sign for
Movement Health

Reducing the impact of Musculoskeletal injuries by helping the world move better

At Sparta Science, we believe that physical limitations shouldn’t hold you back. We use real data and real science to provide insights that help reduce the occurrence and impact of musculoskeletal issues, reducing days missed due to injury.

Organizations rely on Sparta Science for musculoskeletal risk evaluation, reducing missed days and improving movement health

“Sparta has been the scientific glue that brings together adaptable and dynamic teams of Physical Training Instructors, Clinicians and Commanders. We are incredibly thankful for this partnership as we continue to learn from each other.”

General Scott Winter

Commander, Australian Army 3rd Brigade

“The most motivating feedback we’ve ever been able to give our elderly clients has come from Sparta Science’s Balance Scan. We have individuals regaining autonomy and taking back control of their life thanks to this valuable tool. We’ve never seen anything work better for motivation and results.”

Nich Pertuit

CEO & Founder, Healthy is Wellness

“Sparta is a readiness multiplier that uniquely provides objective assessments by measuring fitness level, injury risk, and rehab success at SPEED and SCALE for large organizations.” 

Maj. Gen, Malcom Frost

US Army, Former Commander of Initial Entry Training

Sparta in the Press

Sparta Science and USC’s Center for Body Computing Collaborate on New Research Testing the Effectiveness of Tools Used for Assessing Injury-Risk in U.S. Servicemembers

Sparta Science has partnered with the University of Southern California’s Center for Body Computing (CBC) to conduct a series of iterative research studies aimed at understanding how to best utilize force plates and machine learning algorithms to predict risk for and mitigate musculoskeletal injuries within U.S. military servicemembers. The study will include active-duty Marines from the U.S. Marine Corps training environments at the School of Infantry-West (SOI-W), as well as soldiers from various U.S. Army training environments at Fort Bragg, NC.

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“Sparta equips them with actionable insight that they can use in a way that uniquely fits into their overarching training philosophy. The online platform makes the organization and dissemination of athletic information simple so all key people within the organization are aligned.”


“Commanders and leaders — with the advice of assigned fitness and medical professionals — would develop customized training programs to strengthen trouble areas while minimizing the chances for injury while on duty…Service members can be scanned weekly or monthly, giving leaders the ability to hold individuals accountable for progress and a clearer, up-to-date appraisal of overall fitness levels.”

“Sparta Science’s track record for reducing injuries and optimizing performance across the fields of sport, medicine and the military is second to none.”