we analyze your movement
at the source, enabling you to
heal, excel and thrive.


High fidelity sensors at the foot interface paired with state of the art biomechanical analysis allow us to analyze how people walk, run and move. Built on 15+ years of research, our approach caters to a wide range of people who strive to Heal, Excel, and Thrive.


When faced with mobility challenges, Veristride provides support every step of the way. Accurate real-time feedback during training activities and a connection to your history, progress, and medical team allows us to help you reach your goals and Heal.


When looking for an edge or working through a fitness plateau, Veristride gives you additional insights to go harder, better, faster, and stronger. By tracking each stride at the point of impact, we deliver clear and actionable information, enabling you to Excel.


When you’re healing or excelling, you’re thriving. We believe in giving people the tools necessary to thrive and get better everyday. Whether you’re recovering, just trying to get started, or a pro-athlete, we’re there for the journey.


Fueled by a passion to empower people facing mobility challenges, Dr. Stacy Bamberg founded Veristride in July 2012. With over 15 years of research and development, Veristride is poised to change the way people measure their ability and performance. Our core team headquartered in Salt Lake City embodies the company mission to support all people in their pursuit to heal, excel, and thrive.

Stacy Morris Bamberg, ScD
Stacy Morris Bamberg, ScD
innovation sorceress
Nate Godfrey, MS
Nate Godfrey, MS
design virtuoso
Fred Jaeger
Fred Jaeger
business sensei
Christine Abraham, PhD
Christine Abraham, PhD
clinical guru


We promote wellness by giving users a clear path to achieve their health and performance goals using data-backed analytics.

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