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Pressure Biofeedback

$125.00

Provides Feedback during exercises

Provides Feedback during exercises

A simple device used to provide feedback to ensure quality, and precision in exercise performance and testing.

Monitors position of the low back and provides feedback when the abdominal muscles are not actively or effectively protecting the spine.

A simple device used to provide feedback to ensure quality, and precision in exercise performance and testing. Monitors position of the low back and provides feedback when the abdominal muscles are not actively or effectively protecting the spine.

The Pressure Stabilizer, designed by physical therapists, is a simple devicewhich registers changing pressure in an air-filled pressure cell.

This allows body movement, especially spinal movement, to be detected during exercise. The unit consists of a combined guage and pressure bulb connected to a pressure cell.

The Stabiliser is principally used for exercises that focus on the protection and stabiulisation of joints.

Research has shown these types of exercise are especially important for the prevention and treatment of low back and neck pain (of various pathologies).

The exercise techniques involve slow and controlled body movement. The Stabilliser is used to monitor and provide feedback on this body movement during exercise.

This promotes effective exercise to improve back and neck pain.

The deep muscle system in the lumbar spine and pelvic region is directly responsible for stabilising vertebral segments and sacro-illiac joints.

The larger, more superficial muscles are underactive in low back pain and the more superficial muscles are often overactive.

In order to retrain the deep muscles, specific exercise and overactive testing with the stabilizer is neeeded.

The measuring range is from 0 to 100mmHg analog pressure with an accuracy of /-3 mmHz pressure.

Squeeze bulb to inflate, and loosen

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