Dynamic Joint Range of Movement Analysis, with Advanced Electronic Goniometers


Traditional goniometers, widely used in physical therapy, often fail to meet the rigorous demands of research studies. Biometrics Ltd. Electronic Goniometers (Electrogoniometers), are precision-engineered to capture dynamic joint movements across two planes simultaneously.

Their ability to provide real-time, accurate data to advanced analysis software is essential for research demanding the highest levels of measurement accuracy.


Designed for Researchers

These goniometers are specifically designed for research, providing non-intrusive, accurate measurements in dynamic settings across various fields:

Enhancing understanding of human motion to improve efficiency and reduce injury risks.
Developing safer, more efficient workplaces and tools aligned with human movement.
Sports Science
Boosting athletic performance and preventing injuries through in-depth movement analysis.
Medical Research
Advancing clinical outcomes with precise joint movement analysis.
Veterinary Science
Supporting treatment protocols and understanding biomechanics across species.

Versatility and Precision

Biometrics Ltd. offers three primary sensor types, designed to meet a broad spectrum of research needs:

Twin-Axis Goniometer
Available in various sizes to match different subject sizes.
Twin-Axis Ankle Goniometer
Specifically designed for analyzing dorsiflexion/plantar flexion and inversion/eversion.
Single-Axis Finger Goniometer
Perfect for detailed digit movement analysis.

Size and Measurements

Twin-Axis Goniometer Sizes Joint Measurement
W65 Wrist (Pediatric) Flexion/extension, radial/ulnar deviation
W75 Wrist (Adult) Flexion/extension, radial/ulnar deviation
W110 Neck, Elbow or Ankle Flexion/extension, lateral flexion,
flexion/extension, or dorsiflexion/plantarflexion
and inversion/eversion
W150 Knee or Hip Flexion/extension and valgus/varus, or flexion/extension and abduction/adduction
W150/B Back Flexion/extension, lateral flexion
SG110/A Ankle Dorsiflexion/plantarflexion, Inversion/eversion
F35W Finger (DIP, PIP, MCP Flexion/extension

The appropriate sensor size and type depend on the joint in question and the subject's size, ensuring accurate placement for precise measurements.

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Incorporating Biometrics Ltd.'s electronic goniometers into your research studies will mark a significant leap in measuring joint movement with precise accuracy that you can depend on.

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