Force plates for posture and lower limb strength
KFORCE Plates enables measurement of static and dynamic balance in a wide range of movements (Stance, Squats, Counter Movement Jump). Resistant and lightweight, ideal for assessment and exercise in proprioception.
- Assess & Exercise
Center of pressure and weight ditribution measurement.
This report can be used on squats or push-ups. It gives you the average distribution, the instant maximal ground reaction force, the weight distribution according to the intensity of the forces.
Weight distribution work
Set a weight distribution objective and margin and work on a static basis
On more challenging
Meet Karl, the KINVENT’s kangaroo who moves in different playful setups. The games are customizable in order to train the patient or athlete with fun and towards a target, which can be adjusted in terms of percentage of the Max Evaluation, depending on the assessment results. Moreover, there are 10 levels of difficulty for each game, proposing an extra challenge to the patient/athlete.
Work with Karl on the weight distribution dynamically. Set all parameters such as work zone and speed.
Center of Pressure
Antero posterior and mediolateral movements extending the limits of stability zone and challenging the patient in balance exercising.
Assess the jumping characteristics of the athlete and access data in explosivity, weight distribution, max strength and multiple among other jump variables.
Track your patient’s progress in lower limb strength and balance. Create and share reportings with the technical staff and the social security.
Center of pressure analysis
Tip/heel of the feet distribution for bipodal stance
Unipodal stance analysis
Assessment of the left/right distribution according to the forces intensity on squats.
Assessment of the left/right distribution according to the Forces intensity on pushups.
Assessment of the forces generation by the way of the different parameters of the Jump’s impulsion.
Unstable cushion biofeedback training
Unstable cushion biofeedback unipodal training
Shoulder proprioception on an unstable cushion
Belt straps & Plates
Reduced weight training by means of belt straps.