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Torsional rotation device

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  1. Diagnostic device

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    Spike2
  2. Resource Description
    This device torsionally rotates the body axis (small, slow movement) at the level of the hips, trunk, or neck, and it measures the resistance to motion in the torsional direction. Motion is restricted in only the torsional direction so that the standing subject must naturally support his/her body against gravity. Designed to measure active postural tone at each level of the body axis.
  3. Contact
    Cordo, Paul J., Ph.D.
  4. ERO_0000067
    1998
  5. Related Publication or Documentation
    Axial tone measurement protocol
  6. Related Publication or Documentation
    Trunk tone protocol
  7. Related Publication or Documentation
    Hip tone protocol
  8. Related Publication or Documentation
    Trunk kinesthesia protocol
  9. Related Publication or Documentation
    Hip kinesthesia protocol
  10. Related Publication or Documentation
    Proximal postural tone measurement protocol
  11. Related Publication or Documentation
    Neck torque measurement protocol
  12. Related Publication or Documentation
    Trunk torque measurement protocol
  13. Related Publication or Documentation
    Hip torque measurement protocol
  14. Related Publication or Documentation
    EMG measurement protcol
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    AMES therapy protocol
  16. Related Publication or Documentation
    Increased dynamic regulation of postural tone through Alexander Technique training.
  17. Related Publication or Documentation
    Haptic touch reduces sway by increasing axial tone.
  18. Related Publication or Documentation
    Axial kinesthesia is impaired in Parkinson's disease: effects of levodopa.
  19. Related Publication or Documentation
    Axial hypertonicity in Parkinson's disease: direct measurements of trunk and hip torque.
  20. Related Publication or Documentation
    Postural muscle tone in the body axis of healthy humans.
  21. Location
    Paul Cordo Laboratory
 
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