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Isokinetic Dynamometry: So Much More Than Isokinetics!

Isokinetic Dynamometry: So Much More Than Isokinetics!

September 25, 2020
Gareth Thomas, Co-Founder, Scholars Therapies

Isokinetic Dynamometry = So much more than testing!
Gareth Thomas of Scholars Therapies shares his experience with the Biodex isokinetic dynamometer, and outlines how he incorporates isokinetics into his clinical practice.
Originally published by Sports Injury Fix. >>

Are Athletes Returning to Sport After COVID-19 More at Risk of Injury?

Are Athletes Returning to Sport After COVID-19 More at Risk of Injury?

July 17, 2020
Bill Galway, Director, International Business Development, Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.

Article outlines the current discussion on potential injury rates while returning to sport in a modified training schedule.  >>

5 Ideas for Safely Reopening Wellness Exercise Facilities (You May Not Have Thou

5 Ideas for Safely Reopening Wellness Exercise Facilities (You May Not Have Thought Of)

June 16, 2020
Stephanie Viola, Content Strategist, Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.

As wellness exercise facilities and medical fitness centers slowly begin to reopen to clients amidst the coronavirus pandemic, owners and staff are working to implement new safety measures.  >>

Rhythm, Music and Movement for Parkinson’s: Dr. An Interview with Concetta Tomai

Rhythm, Music and Movement for Parkinson’s: Dr. An Interview with Concetta Tomaino

April 23, 2019
Lila Corwin, SVP Marketing Communications, Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.

The relationship between music and healing has an extensive history, dating back to early civilizations. Today, music interventions are gaining momentum in both research and clinical observation for helping to restore movement in a variety of patient populations.  >>

What Bohemian Rhapsody Teaches Us About Music for Movement Therapy

What Bohemian Rhapsody Teaches Us About Music for Movement Therapy

April 3, 2019
David Wilcox, OTR/L, Clinical Applications Manager

Music has power. It moves us emotionally, psychologically, physically, often without us even knowing. Now, thanks to a growing foundation of research, music is rightfully finding its way into clinical practice. >>

 
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