E-LINK Two ForcePlates (DFP2)

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E-LINK Two ForcePlates (DFP2)

Art.Nr. E-LINK Two ForcePlates (DFP2)

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Two ForcePlates focus balance testing in a single axis and, when removed from the BaseFrame, easily accommodate other functional exercises particularly for the Upper Limbs.

The DFP2 consists of two ForcePlates, a customised BaseFrame and two cables for connection to the X4 InterX Unit.

The position of the ForcePlates in the BaseFrame may be varied to accommodate different stances from pediatrics to adults. Also, placing the two ForcePlates front and back permits evaluation and exercise for a single limb where there is need to differentiate weight-bearing between the heel and toes.

As with the DFP4, the DFP2 ForcePlate system is designed to accurately and objectively assess a patient's ability to maintain postural stability on a static surface, but only in a single axis. Progress can again be monitored as an outcome measure.

Removed from the BaseFrame and placed on a chair, the ForcePlates can also accommodate seated balance assessment as well as exercise. They are beneficial for bilateral upper limb weight-bearing functional exercise e.g. when rising from a seated position.

The Software generates exercise graphs that are invaluable in assessing the exercise session and help the clinician determine further clinical objectives for the patient.

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E-LINK Two ForcePlates (DFP2)

An Exciting and Flexible System for Rehabilitation

There is evidence in research to suggest that exercise and balance re-training are effective in treating patients with balance problems. The exercise however, needs to be intensive, based on the individual patient's needs, functional in nature and progressive.

E-LINK ForcePlates are the key to such exercise requirements and provide clinicians with everyday solutions to help patients in their care.

The portability and modularity of the system enables the ForcePlates to be used in many diverse ways for patients whose everyday activities are affected by balance deficiencies or other problems:

  • Stroke and neuro patients - The real-time display gives immediate biofeedback which can be particularly helpful for those patients with 'pusher syndrome'. The Activities encourage neuromuscular retraining to improve balance control and can also aid vestibular retraining for gaze and eye co-ordination.
  • Amputee and post-surgical hip, knee and ankle patients - The Activities encourage steady, flexible movement through weight shifting, strengthening specific joints.
  • Spinal injury patients - The ForcePlates can also be used for seated balance and trunk exercise promoting flexibility and motor control.
  • CRPS patients - Exercise can be graded for desensitization therapy in pain management programmes.
  • Patients at risk of falling - The E-LINK ForcePlates promote repetitive, purposeful activity to improve muscle groups crucial for proper balance e.g. stepping stance in preparation for walking.

Two ForcePlates require the X4 InterX Unit as the interface to the computer.

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