BMI – 1218 Goniometer (360 degrees) - A goniometer is a device that measures an angle or permits rotation of an object to a definite position. In orthopedics, the former applies more. The art and science of measuring the joint ranges in each plane of the joint are called goniometry
The Baseline electronic push-pull dynamometer is perfect for muscle strength measurement, job task analysis and functional capacity evaluation (FCE). The Baseline electronic push-pull dynamometer uses state-of-the-art "load-cell" technology to assure the highest standards of accuracy, repeatability and reliability. The dynamometer is packaged with 3 push pads (padded curved, padded straight, and circular), 1 pull hook and 1 snap-lock hook. Can be used with lift platform (sold separately) to conduct muscle strength and functional capacity tests. Compatible with Baseline single and dual grip handles (sold separately).
The Muscle Tester adds an advanced dimension to research-proven-reliable dynamometer muscle testing without using a computer; objectively quantifies strength to identify areas of muscle weakness due to injury or disease. Muscle Tester provides a wealth of information to assist you with planning treatment/rehab, evaluating progress, managing cases and rating impairment.
Use these evaluators to test sensory levels and obtain objective data for accurate reporting on the status of diminishing or returning sensibility. monofilamants are individually calibrated within a 5% standard deviation of a predetermined level of force. The monofilament bends when peak force threshold is reached. The unique handle easily opens to a 90° angle for testing.
BMI-1216 Goniometer 180 Degrees - A goniometer is a device that measures an angle or permits rotation of an object to a definite position. In orthopedics, the former applies more. The art and science of measuring the joint ranges in each plane of the joint are called goniometry