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 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.
Recently a group of professionals from Myanmar (Burma) in particular from the Ministry of Health and Sports, Naypyitaw, have been here with us for a training of Functional Protocols and PODIUM.
Last week we talked about the importance of instrumental assessment in the planning of pediatric rehabilitation at the National Center of Children Neurorehabilitation Dr. Nicolae Robanescu (Centrul De Recuperare Neuropsihomotorie Copii Dr. Nicolae Robanescu), Bucharest, Romania, hospital specialized in pediatric rehabilitation.
After having installed the first system in 2000 and made a technological renewal in 2007 with dr. Arturo Pichardo, scientific director of the entire Teleton network in Mexico, the agreement for the third technological renewal of BTS systems has been concluded.
We are always very proud to share new studies conducted by established research centers in Italy and around the world that use our technologies. Today we talk about an interesting article about age-related changes in the smoothness of gait.
We had the opportunity to present our functional protocols for the clinical field to a large audience of physiotherapists, in a workshop organized by Apsun Inc., our partner in Korea.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the most common cause of long-term disability among young people and adults. New Technologies and NIRVANA can help the patient in the rehabilitation process.