Hand Held Dynamometer

E-LINK MyoMeter - Hand Held Dynamometer

The E-LINK MyoMeter is a Hand Held Dynamometer for physiotherapists and occupational therapists to perform manual muscle strength testing (MMT) and help evaluate patient performance over time.

The Hand Held Dynamometer comes with all necessary components and software, ensuring you have everything you need to conduct effective muscle strength assessments.

Comprehensive Muscle Strength Measurements

The Hand Held Dynamometer is your comprehensive tool for muscle assessment, allowing you to measure and analyze muscle strength across a wide range of body areas.

Neck (1/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Neck Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Neck Flexion
  • Flexion & Extension
  • Lateral Flexion

Shoulder (2/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Shoulder Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Shoulder Elevation
  • Elevation
  • Abduction & Adduction
  • Flexion & Extension
  • Internal & External Rotation

Elbow (3/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Elbow Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Elbow Extension
  • Flexion & Extension
  • Pronation & Supination

Wrist (4/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Wrist Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Wrist Ulnar Deviation
  • Flexion & Extension
  • Ulnar & Radial Deviation

Hip (5/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Hip Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Hip Adduction
  • Flexion & Extension
  • Abduction & Adduction
  • Internal & External Rotation

Knee (6/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Knee Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Knee Extension
  • Flexion & Extension

Ankle (7/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Ankle Measurements Hand Held Dynamometer in use for Ankle Eversion
  • Dorsiflexion & Plantar Flexion
  • Inversion & Eversion

Sustained (8/8)

E-LINK Hand Held Dynamometer (MyoMeter) - Sustained Measurements

This test measures force over time for a 5, 10, 15 or 30 sec interval. Peak force, time to reach peak force, average to peak ratio percentage (sustainability) and fatigue rate are automatically calculated and immediately displayed. The current graph can be compared with a prior test to analyze progress.


Progress Reports

Progress Reports can be readily generated covering a maximum of 10 tests and the data is displayed in both graph and table format. Automatic calculations show the percentage of change from one session to another, the percentage of change from the first test and the percentage comparison to standard. Ideal as an Outcome Measure and for a Discharge Summary.

Performing a Muscle Strength Test

Held by the clinician with the curved anvil placed against the body part to be tested. The limb is stabilized and held in the desired starting position.

The patient is instructed to hold the limb in position and resist the force applied by the clinician. The clinician applies force gradually until the limb is depressed. The force required to move the limb is referred to as the 'breaking force' and the measurement is recorded in the software.


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Includes:

The Hand Held Dynamometer comes with all necessary components and software, ensuring you have everything you need to conduct effective muscle strength assessments.

  • MyoMeter (Hand Held Dynamometer)
  • 1 Small Anvil
  • 1 Large Anvil
  • E-LINK Evaluation Software

Requirements:

The Hand Held Dynamometer offers both wired and wireless connection options, fitting into your workspace setup and providing flexibility for different clinical environments.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A Hand Held Dynamometer is a device used to measure muscle strength. It's a tool commonly used by physiotherapists and occupational therapists to evaluate and track the performance of their patients over time.

The Hand Held Dynamometer is held by the clinician against the body part to be tested. The patient is instructed to hold the limb in position and resist the force applied by the clinician. The force required to move the limb, referred to as the 'breaking force', is then measured and recorded in the software.

Yes, the Hand Held Dynamometer is versatile and can be used to measure muscle strength in various body areas such as the neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle.

The Hand Held Dynamometer comes with E-LINK Evaluation Software, which records the measurements during testing. It also automatically calculates and displays parameters like peak force, time to reach peak force, average to peak ratio percentage (sustainability), and fatigue rate.

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