Receive objective muscle, ligament readings from any leg press machineBiomechanics researchers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, led by Brian Knarr, Ph.D., have developed a modular force-measuring device for physical therapy and rehabilitation applications.
The Smart Leg Press can be attached to most leg press machines, and provides objective force measurements independent for each leg. Data is wirelessly transferred to a software application for analysis and diagnosis.
Such measurements can be used for numerous applications including assessing limb strength asymmetry and staging ACL rehabilitation.
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