The nCounters Portable Angle Monitor gives Immediate audio and visual biofeedback.
Portable Angle Monitor
It talks to your Portable Limb Load Monitor control unit
The Portable Angle Monitor (PAM) is unique: it attaches to a patient’s foot / shoe with a single strap.
Text by Peter Barrett. Music by bensound
A Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing the Evolution of the Weight-Bearing Ankle Dorsiflexion Range of Motion Over 6 Sessions of Talus Mobilizations in Older Adults
David Hernández-Guillén, José-María Blasco
Physical Therapy, pzaa003, https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/pzaa003
Published: 16 January 2020
Setting up the Portable Foot Angle Monitor is Easy
With one press on the screen of the control unit for the Portable Limb Load Monitor, the user sets the angle at which the patient gets feedback.
Just like it is when measuring load, a live data screen tells the user the degree to which they exceeded the threshold. A rep counter tells the number of times they have reached that threshold.
The user must go back at least 10° below the threshold before the rep counter counts when the threshold is exceeded.
Just like the load transmitter, it is wireless, totally portable and gives the user reliable and immediate audio-visual feedback.
You get much more from your PLLM_Touch unit when you purchase the Portable Angle Monitor.
Feedback and live data during rehabilitation are not just available for force, but now ankle joint angle too.
"Our products are the next generation in gait and movement feedback"
– Peter Barrett