The Baseline Bubble Inclinometer, model 12-1056, is designed to measure the range of motion in a joint. This manual device accurately measures joint motion in keeping with measurement techniques codified in the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Inpairment, Third Edition.
The Baseline Digital Inclinometer is designed to measure the range of motion in a joint. Once a joint has been actively or passively taken through its range of motion, the total range can be read from the device's LED display panel. A carrying case is included.
The MyoTrace 400 is an EMG feedback unit designed for use in biofeedback and clicical evaluation of movement, force, and muscle activity. This portable handheld unit operates with
two channels in stand alone mode and four channels in PC-mode. A wide variety of compatible plugin
sensors can be used to objectively evaluate the functional status of the musculo-skeletal system, including force transducers, goniometers, inclinometers, accelerometers, hand dynamometers and foot switches. Applications