In The News

Biodex is often cited in news articles discussing industry trends, new technology and advancements.  There are also times when we find interesting news articles that we like to share with our customers. Outlined below are periodicals where Biodex has been mentioned, corporate press releases, and other relevant industry news. 

U.S. Soccer: No heading for children 10 and under

November 10, 2015
by Mike Woitalla, SoccerAmerica

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced a player safety campaign that eliminates heading for children 10 and under, and limits the amount of heading in practice for children ages of 11 to 13. >>

A hope for the quality of life of patients

November 10, 2015
Myriam Gauthier, Le Quotidien (The Daily)

Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean is the most affected place in the world by type 1, a neuromuscular disease myotonic dystrophy. Under this sad fact however lurks a hope: the quality of life for people who suffer may improve thanks to research conducted by Élise Duchesne, research professor in physiotherapy at UQA. >>

How to reduce soldiers' lower limb injuries

November 9, 2015
Foreign Affairs Publisher

Massey University and the New Zealand Defence Force are carrying out research to determine what causes the high number of lower limb injuries in army soldiers. >>

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - No matter your age, we know walking is great exercise, right? But what about people like Morris Graham?

At age 85, he's timid about walking because he needs a walker to keep his balance.

Imagine the feeling for him now, going to a gym where he can put his walker aside, throw down his cane and walk with confidence again. >>

Much of the conversation around concussions in youth sports focuses on collision sports such as football, hockey and lacrosse. Little attention is given to the athletes on the sideline, cheering their teams to victory.

And yet, cheerleading carries the highest rate of catastrophic injury in sports and accounts for two-thirds (65 percent) of all catastrophic injuries to female athletes. >>

 
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