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.
Monitoring the anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation in water is now possible with the new FREEMG 1000 h2O probes.
Also this year we have been pleased to attend, together with our partner Physiomed China, a course and a practical workshop on movement analysis in sports field.
First appointment of the autumn with the BTS Training Academy, that for the October session hosted some representatives of our European partners. See you in November, with the last appointment of 2019!
Cerebral palsy and rehabilitation in water: how to use FREEEMG 1000 H2O to customize terapeuthic exercises
FREEEMG 1000 H20 can be used to understand how to make water therapy specific and what progress the young patient is reaching. Try it to customize exercises in water and to evalutate the effectiveness of the proposed treatment thanks to the automatic report.
Also this year BTS will join the SOFMER Congress (French Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), another opportunity to talk about our new probe capable of acquiring the signal underwater.
The EMG probe is the newborn of BTS designed to acquire the signal even underwater. Find out more, go to the FREEEMG 1000 H2O web page!
It is with great pleasure that we share a very interesting paper published by our customer Medisport Center of Perugia that this year has combined in its daily activity our FREEEMG 1000 surface electromyography system with the use of JARVIS bike rollers.
Also this year BTS will join the XX SIAMOC National Congress (Italian Society of the Clinical Movement Analysis), another opportunity to talk about our new probe capable of acquiring the signal underwater.
AstroLab is the result of the work, dedication and passion of people, who pursue a single goal every day: improving the quality of life of young patients, and we are proud to have contributed to the realization of this space laboratory!