JTECH's Muscle Testing sets the standard for testing and documentation of strength loss due to injury or disease. J-Tech's innovative wireless interface combines traditional muscle testing convenience with research-proven dynamometer objectivity and automated data collection. The result is extremely efficient testing and quantified objective data for treatment planning, progress tracking and impairment rating.
JTECH's Dual Inclinometry is a breakthrough for fast, reliable Range of Motion testing. J-Tech's inclinometers make instrument placement easier and testing more efficient. Compatible with spine and extremity testing protocols outlined in the American Medical Association's (AMA) Guides and The Practical Guide to Range of Motion Assessment, Tracker Freedom digital Inclinometry devices provide the objective range of motion data you need for treatment planning, progress tracking, patient education and impairment rating.
JTECH's Grip provides fast, accurate and reliable grip strength evaluation and documentation for treatment planning, outcomes tracking and impairment rating. JTECH's Grip features a new solid-state grip gauge that is smaller, lighter and more durable than hydraulic gauges. It has a standard five-rung design compatible with established testing protocols and no hydraulics to leak or break down.
Tracker Freedom Wireless Muscle Testing sets the standard for testing and documentation of strength loss due to injury or disease. Our innovative wireless interface combines traditional muscle testing convenience with research-proven dynamometer objectivity and automated data collection. The result is extremely efficient testing and quantified objective data for treatment planning, progress tracking and impairment rating.
Why JTECH Muscle Testing?
JTECH Muscle Testing software goes far beyond other systems with innovative features and intuitive navigation. It gives you more information than simple peak force by generating real-time force curves and statistics like coefficient of variation (CV) and bilateral deficit.
Why is dual inclinometry for Spinal Range of Motion testing important?
According to the AMA, dual inclinometry is the preferred method for quantifying the compound motions of the spine. Using dual inclinometry protocols from the AMA, JTECH's Inclinometry systems automatically subtract extraneous spine motion to simplify documentation and provide true ROM readings. The system provides for fast and accurate documentation of changes in ROM by compairing previous test results in real time to the current test.
In addition to spine motion, JTECH's Inclinometry systems perform double duty as a fast, convenient tool for documenting extremity motion. JTECH's comes complete with testing protocols published by the AMA for all large extremity joints, including lagged and ankylosed motions. These preset protocols allow for fast and efficient testing.
Why use JTECH Grip for grip strength documentation?
With the JTECH's Grip, you have the most convenient way to test and document grip strength deficits and to evaluate consistency of effort. The Hand Grip dynamometer's wireless interface allows you to test anywhere within a 30-foot radius of the computer, giving you more options for arranging your examination area. The dynamometer's wireless transceiver has a rechargeable battery and JTECH's exclusive two-way communication to ensure the accuracy of the data you collect.
Designed to integrate seamlessly with JTECH's Grip provides you with simplified navigation and more versatility to evaluate grip strength the way you are most comfortable.