MyoVision 3G wireless diagnostic tool for Physical Therapists and Chiropractors. Very slightly used. This tool belongs to my Chiropractor who used it several times before he realized he may have to hire another person to run it. [He got busy] He is fussy and fastidious so the tool is in perfect condition with the original shipping containers. Included with the tools is a basic HP printer and a standard HP laptop computer with Vista operating system, both basically unused. Its all designed to work together. One year ago he paid over $10,000 for this set-up. Please check out the MyoVision website for more information.
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MyoVision 3G Wirefree™ System
The MyoVision 3G WireFree™ System is made up of handheld devices that gather data and software on a computer that displays the data. The devices use the physiological and anatomical measurement technologies of Surface Electromyography, Range of Motion and Thermography. Surface Electromyography is used in two subsystems; Static sEMG and Dynamic sEMG.
Surface Electromyography (sEMG): This is the measurement of muscle activity. It functions in the same manner as an EKG, measuring a summation of all the electrical depolarizations in the region where the electrodes are either attached to the skin, in Dynamic sEMG, or momentarily touched to the skin during Static sEMG. The DynaVision device is used in Dynamic sEMG. During Dynamic sEMG, muscle activity readings are measured as the patient moves. The ScanVision devices are used in Static sEMG. With Static sEMG, a set of probes are touched to the skin momentarily on left and right sides of the spine simultaneously, above the paraspinal muscles.
Range of Motion: This component uses two sensors to measure angle of bending of the body’s various joints. The FlexVision devices are used in Range of Motion. By using two devices which measure angle simultaneously, the motion of the region of interest is measured more accurately since the difference between the two angle-measuring devices automatically subtracts out the motion of both, to only show the actual movement of the region measured.
Thermography: The ThermoGlide device is used in Thermography. The device measures skin temperature via small infrared temperature sensors on left and right sides of the spine simultaneously. The device is rolled up the spine gathering skin temperature data for looking for symmetries in skin temperature when comparing left and right sides of the spine.