The all-new PAM 2 transmits wirelessly joint angle data to our PLLM_Touch control unit – opposite
Displays shows repetitions, the current angle, the target angle, the mode -“FLEX”, +/- for altering target
How to save time: Benefits of a digital goniometer
Measuring the range of motion (ROM) of joints is an essential part of physiotherapy assessment. In the clinic, this is done using goniometers whereby the therapist has to palpate for anatomical landmarks to precisely measure the angle that a joint can make. Although the gold standard instrument now for measuring ROM is radiography, it is very costly to implement and not easily repeatable due to the side-effects of prolonged X-RAY exposure.
Improve efficacy: How Biofeedback helps with gait retraining
Biofeedback is a technique used in therapy that incorporates sensory cues (auditory, visual, or touch) to control and regulate movement of the patient. Usually acting as an enhancer, it helps patients become less reliant on their therapists’ guidance to get them closer to functional independence.
Watch the video demonstrations below
Peter designs and builds biofeedback products for gait and movement in the orthopaedic and stroke rehabilitation spaces. These devices are programmed for ease of use with built in help touch screens. In all cases data is transferred wirelessly to ensure patient safety.They can store and display data in real time so as to monitor the patient’s overall progress.