Jorleeds Medical
Developing IT Solutions for the Medical Sector



Jorleeds medical is a company based in Leeds, UK that specialises in developing IT solutions for the medical sector. Our aim is to develop applications that facilitate clinicians in delivering care to patients, and to enhance patient experience. Founded in 2015, the first project resulted in the development of a mobile application to monitor knee function.

The company was founded as a result of a collaboration between three Orthopaedic Surgeons from Leeds, Yorkshire, UK, headed by Mr. Joseph Aderinto, and the Adnani group, an investment company based in Jordan with over 40 years of experience working in various fields including the IT sector.

Mr. Joseph Aderinto is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon who works for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and is a specialist in Hip and Knee joint replacement.



App features:
Range of Motion Test – Gyroscope Method
Range of Motion Test – Image Test Method
Wound Inspection
Functional Test
Record Storing

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In October 2016 we released the orthophysical mobile application that provides a means of measuring knee function. The software provides 2 methods of measuring knee range of motion, one of which is a novel active tracking system that can measure knee range of motion in real time.

The application can record knee pain and functional outcomes, and can be used to monitor postoperative surgical wounds.

Historical data is stored and can be visualised as a graph of knee function over time. This application will be useful for orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals that treat patients who require monitoring of knee function.

It can also be used by patients or any individual who wishes to monitor their own knee function, for example when recovering from injury.


Medical Team

Mr. Joseph Aderinto

Mr. Joseph Aderinto

Mr. Aderinto practices as a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic surgeon at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. He has specialist expertise in Hip and knee replacement surgery.

After completing pre-clinical training at St Andrew’s University Medical School, Mr Joseph Aderinto qualified from Manchester University Medical School in 1995.

He undertook Specialist training in Trauma and Orthopaedics in Edinburgh. In 2006 he became a fellow of the Royal college of Surgeons and a year later he travelled to Canada and undertook specialist fellowship training in complex hip and knee joint surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital Toronto. He returned to Edinburgh and completed a fellowship in knee replacement and soft tissue knee injury, prior to his appointment as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in Leeds in 2009.

He has published several orthopaedic articles and book chapters and his research work has been presented at national and international meetings. He participates in medical education and leads the clinical teaching programme for university medical students undertaking orthopaedics in Leeds in their final year of training.


I accidentally chose not to show the Tips scene and I want it to show again.

Navigate to the settings scene and choose Reset Preferences. This will allow all Tips Scene to show again.

The results I am getting using the gyroscope method don’t seem accurate.

It is important to follow the Tips shown in the Tips Scene. The most common reason for an inaccurate reading is moving the knee after the first Snap. It is important not to move the position of the knee during the test.

Are my records safe?

All records are currently stored locally on your phone. They are not stored on any server and therefore no one has access to them. The app is also password protected; the password created when first registering the app must be entered to access patient records.

How can I share my results with my doctor?

We currently do not save copies of patient records on our servers for privacy reasons and therefore it is not possible to share patient records through the app. However, a screenshot of the results can be taken and shared via any existing platform such as email.

Where do I get the markers used in the Image Test?

A marker is a simple circle that can be made at home as seen in below image. The application will detect any shape resembling a circle (it does not have to be a perfect circle, it can be hand drawn as shown below) but there has to be a good colour contrast between the background and the circle. Alternatively, you can use the printable marker below which can be printed in grayscale as well.

Home made marker

Printable marker

I am having troubles using the auto detect marker functionality in the Image Test feature?

For the auto detect function to work there has to be a good colour contrast between the circle and the background as seen in the below image.

What features are unlocked when unlocking full features?

When buying the unlock full feature in-app purchase you get access to the range of motion Image Test Watch Video, Wound Inspection Test Watch Video and Functional Test Score Watch Video
in addition to Record Storing Functionality Watch Video.

Why would I need to monitor my knee function?

Knee range of motion and pain are important markers of knee function. Reduced motion and pain lead to dissatisfaction.  Measurement of knee function is used to establish the status of the knee and is particularly useful when monitoring recovery from knee injury and knee surgery. For example, knee stiffness can be problematic after procedures such as anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and knee replacement. By monitoring knee range of motion, poor progress can be identified. This allows intervention, such as physiotherapy, to be implemented in a timely fashion to improve knee motion. Poor pain control can limit rehabilitation and compromise outcome. The app can provide a record of pain scores, which if high can alert the doctor to requirement for further investigation or increased analgesic requirements.

Why do you offer two methods for measuring range of motion and which one do you recommend we use?

Both provide means of measuring knee range of motion, the results of which can be shared with doctors.

The gyroscope method is quick and easy to use and is ideal for the patient at home and for doctors or physiotherapists to use in the clinic setting.

The image test method requires another individual in addition to the test subject to take measurements.  It is therefore more suited to the clinic or research setting. The advantage of the image test method is that the positions of the virtual markers are clearly depicted in the result records and therefore flexion and extension range of motion measurements can be verified by the doctor.

Why would patients want to use the app?

The app provides a means of measuring and storing information relating to knee function. This allows patients to chart their progress during the rehabilitation process following knee surgery or injury.

Measurements of knee motion, pain scores and even images of the wound can be sent to the patient’s doctor by taking a screenshot of the results. Therefore in some cases this application can save a trip to their doctor for clinical assessment. This feature will be appealing to patients recovering from knee injuries or knee surgery who have difficulty walking or have long distances to travel

How are results viewed?

Results can be viewed in list form or graphical form to monitor patient progress across a set period of time.

How is knee range of motion measured?

There are two ways of measuring knee range of motion. It can be measured using the phone’s Gyroscope function by placing the mobile device on the thigh and then the lower leg.  Watch Video

Knee range of motion can also be measured with a novel, real time motion tracking system. Markers are placed on the side of the knee and also the thigh and lower leg.  Markers can easily be made at home and will work better if they contrast with the background.

The app will automatically track the three markers and provide a measure of knee range of motion. Watch Video

Alternatively, using the application, three virtual markers can be placed on the lower limb to track range of motion. Watch Video

What are the functions of the orthophysical application?

The orthophysical app can measure knee range of motion, monitor wound healing and in addition can record knee pain and satisfaction scores.

What is the Orthophysical application?

The orthophysical mobile application provides a means of measuring and recording knee function.  It will appeal to orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapist and in fact anyone who needs to measure knee function. It is particularly useful for monitoring recovery in those recovering from knee injury or after knee surgery.