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.
The PhysiMax Athletic Movement Assessment System records an athlete's movements and provides detailed reports about the athlete's readiness to return to sport. (Photo courtesy of PhysiMax Technologies Ltd)
Bronx, New York-based PhysiMax Technologies Ltd introduces the PhysiMax Athletic Movement Assessment System.
Reebok Deck
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.
An ONR-supported researcher tests the Mobile, Virtual Enhancements for Rehabilitation (MOVER) software system. MOVER provides traumatic brain injury patients with a way to engage in virtual physical therapy regimens at home. (Photo courtesy of the US Department of Defense science blog)
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).
Hyperice's new Raptor percussive sports medicine tool is designed to help enhance and accelerate therapeutic recovery.
Minneapolis-headquartered OPTP introduces the PRO-ROLLER Soft.
Cryotherapy is reportedly being touted as a possible next big thing in sports physical therapy.
Stowe, Vt-based KneeBinding offers a way to reportedly help prevent ACL tears and knee injuries during skiing.
Precor, headquartered in Woodinville, Wash, now offers the Queenax modular functional training system.
Trainer Rx announces on its website the availability of the Trainer Rx cloud-based rehab platform.
The US Army Research Laboratory recently developed a Rate Actuated Strap (RAT Strap) that it suggests could help prevent the number of serious head injuries among National Football League (NFL) players.
University of Montana graduate student Lauren Astrup does lateral box jumps while demonstrating a physical therapy tool called The Bridge at UM’s motion science lab. The device was developed by associate professor Ryan Mizner, right, and a UM student. (Photo courtesy of University of Montana)
A new device developed to help rehabilitate athletes who have undergone a reconstruction of their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is now patent-pending.
GAITRite RE portable walkway system.
CIR Systems Inc, Sparta, NJ, announces it has updated its line of products built for temporospatial gait analysis with the recent rollout of the GAITRite RE.
The University of Mount Union, located in Alliance, Ohio, has installed a Vicon motion capture system into its new Motion Analysis Laboratory.
Perform Better, Cranston, RI, introduces the Professional Y-Balance Test Kit, created to serve as a quick and easy way to assess an individual’s risk for injury and illustrate whether a client demonstrates functional symmetry.
Fitbit, headquartered in San Francisco, announces the release of the free Fitbit for Windows 10 app.