Fitter International Inc (Fitterfirst) markets the Pro Fitter 3D Cross Trainer, featuring more than 20 exercises designed to improve leg, core, and upper body strength and stability.
An eye test, which can reportedly be administered in less than 2 minutes, can help effectively diagnose a concussion and determine whether a student athlete as young as 5 years old should return to a game, new research says.
A robotic glove prototype has been developed which can allow patients who have sustained a stroke to use the technology in their own home to support rehabilitation and independence in receiving therapies, according to a recent news release.
A live seminar aims to teach healthcare and training professionals how to assess a client’s risk for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and develop a program to prevent injury based upon current research.
Noraxon USA Inc, a provider of evidence-based biomechanics applications, has completed the flagship installation of its myoMETRICS laboratory in the Dever-based practice of Nicholas Studholme, DC, CCSP, sports medicine physician.
Results from a recent study suggest that adults who closely followed the Mediterranean diet were 47% less likely to develop heart disease during a 10-year period, when compared to similar adults who did not closely follow the diet.
Sports wearable technology company i1 Biometrics reports that it has signed an agreement with Texas A&M University, through which Aggie football team members will wear the company’s Vector MouthGuard with ESP Chip Technology.
Breg, Inc. recently introduced its FreeSport™ knee sleeve and wrap, designed for athletes with mild to moderate discomfort, patella mal-tracking, and related injuries such as “runner’s knee.”
Research suggests that an interventional radiology treatment helps relieve chronic plantar fasciitis.
EZ-ACCESS has added the Transitions Angled Entry Plate to its line of threshold ramps.
Clinicians from across the country reveal key features and functions in the devices they use to address knee and lower extremity rehab.
Recent research indicates that cerebral blood flow recovery in the brain may serve as a biomarker of outcomes in patients post-concussion.
Stuck In Bed Fitness is a fitness solution that can be positioned over a bed, wheelchair, chair, or recliner to provide users with limited mobility a wide range of therapeutic, rehabilitative exercises, and stretches.
Johns Hopkins cardiologists state that they have developed a formula designed to estimate an individual’s risk of dying over a decade based upon their ability to exercise on a treadmill at an increasing speed and incline.
Gorbel Medical recently held a press conference in collaboration with Nazareth College, Monroe Community Hospital, University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and Ohio State University (OSU), announcing a multisite research project encompassing the use of its SafeGait body-weight-support system.
Topical BioMedics Inc has announced its partnership with the CORE HEALTH division of Vets Access LLC, which is intended to provide customers a full line of Topricin pain relief and healing creams.
A new clinical trial, led by the University of Pittsburgh, aims to compare strategies intended to treat back pain and help avoid surgery.
A study from the University of Cambridge reports individuals sleeping more than 8 hours a day may face an increased risk of stroke; the risk doubles for older adults who persistently sleep longer than average it says.
A webinar available through the APTA Learning Center is intended to offer attendees insight into opening a new cash-based clinic or integrating cash-based services within their existing businesses.
The Sit2Stand Trainer is the latest addition to Biodex Medical Systems Inc’s line of Mobility Enhancement devices.