Why nCounters innovates through collaboration with the University of Melbourne with Biomedical engineering students.
The all-new PAM 2 transmits wirelessly joint angle data to our PLLM_Touch control unit displaying repetitions, current angle, target angle, “FLEX”, +/- %
The most commonly used technology to assist with gait retraining is functional electrical stimulation (FES) whereby electric current is passed through the skin…
nCounters Portable Angle Monitor with its control unit has digitized goniometers to make readings as accurate as possible, essential for physiotherapy assessment.
nCounters Engineering uses Digi XBee Wireless technology in their PLLM_Touch unit. Learn what makes our biofeedback units outstanding.