What is the relationship between cognitive impairment and motor decline? A new study of the University of Cagliari highlights the close link between cognitive disorder and smoothness of gait.
Last November we told you about the experience of CRIT in Mexico that since 2000 has adopted BTS technologies.
We are proud to announce that the agreement for the third technological renewal of BTS systems has now become reality…
In a recent video Marc Marquez, world multi-champion of motorcycling, has shown the muscle differences of his shoulder. The great athlete is in fact in rehabilitation and is using this forced lock-down period to better recover from the problems related to his joint.
Hands up who in this period of home-working has not complained about some musculoskeletal pain related to sedentary lifestyle and / or incorrect posture prolonged at the desk or mobile phone! Among the musculoskeletal disorders reported in this period, one of the most common is certainly neck pain.
We are very pleased to share the news of a recent installation in Colombia at the University of Cunidinamarca.
An interesting study conducted by prof. Antonio Ammendolia of the “Magna Græcia” University of Catanzaro and the his team, compares the activation time of the quadriceps and hamstrings during a jump from a step, to determine injury risk in professional soccer players.
We are pleased to share a very interesting study of the IRCCS Stella Maris (Pisa) on the movement analysis in early infants, whose goal is to provide predictive indices on neuro-motor development.
We will be present at PARM 30th Annual Convention, MSK Spine & Pain Congress organized by the Philippine Academy Of Rehabilitation Medicine with our local partner SRB Enterprice.
We are pleased to share the latest article published by the University of Catania that, using our inertial sensor G-WALK, compared the execution of the Timed up and Go test by subjects of different age groups.
It is with great pleasure that BTS participated in the GIFT project, “engineering For sporT for all”, winner of the 2019 edition of the Polisocial Award.