Measure athlete ankle health on the sideline in seconds
Biomechanics and kinesiology researchers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, led by Adam Rosen, Ph.D., have developed a portable, easy-to-use ankle strength and laxity testing device.
The Ankle-PLAST quickly and easily evaluates ankle strength and laxity, providing objective data without the need for bulky, expensive machines. The data is then wirelessly transferred to a software application for analysis, scoring and diagnosis.
Applications include athletics, rehabilitation and diagnostics.
To discuss licensing opportunities contact Tyler Scherr, Ph.D., at email@example.com or 402-559-2140.