Neck Assist offers the Ultimate Neck and Back Support System (NABSS), designed to help support the head and neck of those who work overhead.
OPTP, Minneapolis, announces the release of Stretch Out Strap Pilates Essentials, second edition.
Los Angeles-based startup FocusMotion demonstrated its motion tracking technology recently during Los Angeles Dodger Accelerator Demo Day.
Raintree Systems, headquartered in Temecula, Calif, and SnapMD announce the development of an integrated telehealth and EMR software solution.
DJO Global launches the EMPOWR 3D Knee, which is designed with natural motion technology that recreates natural knee motion.
A team of research scientists suggests that a biodegradable implant made from synthetic material could someday help heal bones in patients with orthopedic injuries who need bone replacement.
Studies have begun to determine whether a modular wrist replacement or a traditional implant could be better at relieving painful wrist arthritis.
HydroWorx, Middletown, Pa, announces in a media release that its new Construction-Free 300 Series aquatic therapy pool will debut at the 2015 LeadingAge Annual Meeting and Expo in Boston.
Using wearable technology in the workers’ compensation industry could benefit the well-being and independence of individuals with serious injuries.
FlexxSonic Corporation, headquartered in Mount Prospect, Ill, introduces FlexxSonic Maximum Pain Relief Therapy Products.
Mechanical engineering students at the University of Texas have developed robotic arms that can reportedly assist wearers with performing physical therapy movements.
The new ActivMotion Bar, available through OPTP, Minneapolis, is designed to help challenge and activate the core.
Biodex Medical Systems Inc announces that it has developed a new software update for its System 3 and 4 Multi-Joint System that helps manage hamstring injury risk.
OPTP, Minneapolis, has published the 34th edition of its semi-annual professional catalog.
Paul R. Langer, DPM, podiatrist at Minneapolis-headquartered Twin Cities Orthopedics, is one of four doctors nationwide offering 3D-printed orthotics.
Bronx, New York-based PhysiMax Technologies Ltd introduces the PhysiMax Athletic Movement Assessment System.
Perform Better offers the Reebok Deck, an exercise system that is designed to be multifunctional.
The vertical jump diagnostic system Kistler Quattro Jump now supports Kistler Mars 2.1 software, according to the Winterthur, Switzerland-based company.
The NeckPro II is a new version of the NeckPro Cervical Traction Device redesigned by Magister Corp, headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn, to be more user-friendly.
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) is developing what it calls the Mobile, Virtual Enhancements for Rehabilitation (MOVER), to be used as a home-based therapy aid for veterans recovering from traumatic brain injuries (TBI).