EasyForce is a Digital Dynamometer that provides fast, accurate measurements of muscle strength and symmetry to aid treatment plans, objectively monitor progress and enhance patient feedback.
In the current day and age, the treatment of musculoskeletal problems is often time-limited due to the drive toward a more efficient and profitable business. At the same time, there is an increased need to provide evidence of the effectiveness of treatment in order to receive reimbursement from health insurance providers that are funding the treatments. Muscle function, biomechanics, and treatments remain fairly consistent requiring restoration of range of motion and muscle strength. The increased demand to quantify the effectiveness of treatment adds an additional burden during time-constrained in-clinic appointments. It is therefore essential that practitioners have access to tools that allow for fast and accurate assessments while addressing the time limitations of modern clinical practice.
EasyForce, a new and effective tool for the measurement of muscle force production, further enhances the quantifiability of in-clinic therapies. EasyForce allows practitioners to measure muscle force objectively in-clinic reducing the need for subjective measures and providing valuable data to aid in the design of treatment plans.
EasyForce allows for hands-free muscle testing as it can be anchored to fixed points. This removes the clinician from the equation, thus reducing their risk of injury when excessive muscle force is applied e.g. when performing lower limb strength testing of athletes and strong individuals. The unique display empowers the clinician and patient with a visual measurement to clearly quantify the patient's force production. This removes the subjective guesswork of manual muscle testing and increases the patient's motivation to comply with their treatment plan. EasyForce is accurate to within 1% of the reading, available in Kg, Lbs, or N. Measurements are visible in real-time on the screen with complete results displayed when the measurement ends, alongside the previous 3 readings.