• An Introduction to the Gait Analysis System A7

    An Introduction to the Gait Analysis System A7

    Product Introduction of The Gait Analysis System The gait analysis system conducts kinematic observation and kinetic analysis on the movement of limbs and joints while walking. It provides a series of values and curves of time, set, mechanical, and some other parameter. It uses electronic equipme...
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  • An Introduction to the Iosokinetic Training Equipment

    An Introduction to the Iosokinetic Training Equipment

    Product Introduction of The Isokinetic Equipment Isokinetic strength testing and training system A8 is an assessment and training system for six major joints of human. Shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle can get isokinetic, isotonic, isometric, centrifugal, centripetal, and continuous pa...
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  • Parkinson’s Disease Rehabilitaiton

    The Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation is to establish a new neural network like the normal one in functions. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease that afflicts many elderly people. Patients with PD will have severe life dysfunction in their later stages of life. C...
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  • Knee Degeneration

    Knee degeneration should be a concern for many people with knee problems. Even some young people in their twenties and thirties are beginning to wonder if their joints have degenerated prematurely. In fact, our knees are not so easy to degenerate because not every wear the knee. Even NBA players ...
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  • Paraplegia Rehabilitation

    Paraplegia caused by transverse lesions above cervical enlargement is called high paraplegia. And paraplegia caused by spinal cord injury below the third thoracic vertebra is paraplegia of both lower limbs. In the acute stage of spinal cord injury, the loss of sensation, movement, and reflex of b...
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  • Sleep Disorder Rehabilitation

    Have you been sleeping well recently? Relevant epidemiological studies show that the incidence of sleep disorders is very high, and 27% of people in the world have various sleep disorders. Among them, the symptoms include inability falling asleep, always being sleepy, and poor sleep. These 3 comm...
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  • What Are the Causes of Cervical Spondylosis?

    Cervical spondylosis, also known as cervical syndrome, is a general term for cervical osteoarthritis, proliferative cervical spondylitis, cervical nerve root syndrome, and cervical disc herniation. It is a disease due to degenerative pathological changes. Main causes of the disease are long-term ...
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  • What Does Rehabilitation Do?

    The etiology of patients in need of rehabilitation is very complicated, but there is a common feature: they have some function and ability lost. What we can do is to take all measures to reduce the consequences of disability, improve the function of the certain area, so that patients can live ind...
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  • Scapulohumeral Periarthritis

    Scapulohumeral periarthritis,if not treated timely and effectively, will cause limited shoulder joint function and range of motion. There could be extensive tenderness in shoulder joint, and it may radiate to the neck and elbow. In severe cases, there may be deltoid muscle atrophy of different d...
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  • Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation

    Many people accidentally had ankle sprain while walking and exercising, and their first reaction is to rotate their ankles. If it is only a slight pain, they will not care about it. If the pain is unbearable, or even their ankles swell, they would just take a towel for hot compress or apply a sim...
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  • Muscle Spasm Rehabilitation

    Why Is Muscle Spasm Rehabilitation Necessary?   Treatment is not a must in muscle spasm rehabilitation. Whether to treat spasm and how to actively apply effective treatment should be decided according to patients’ conditions. Anti-spasm treatment for the purpose of reducing muscle tension is...
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  • Osteoporosis Rehabilitation

    Osteoporosis Can Cause Fracture Lumbar spine fractures or vertebral fractures in the elderly are actually due to osteoporosis and can easily be caused by even a tumble. Sometimes, when the neurological symptoms after injury are not obvious, the fracture is easily overlooked, thus delaying the opt...
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