Two ForcePlates

The DFP2 Two ForcePlates system is designed to accurately and objectively assess a patient's ability to maintain postural stability on a static surface, but only in a single-axis.

The position of the ForcePlates in the BaseFrame may be varied to accommodate different stances from pediatrics to adults. Placing the two ForcePlates front and back permits evaluation and exercise for a single limb where there is need to differentiate weight-bearing between the heel and toes.

Maze Activity

Interactive Activities

Problems with balance are a common occurrence for patients following a brain injury or resulting from a chronic medical condition. Poor co-ordination and a loss of stability can lead to a lack of confidence and pre-dispose to falls.

In collaboration with clinicians, E-LINK Activities have been designed to meet the needs of patients following a Stroke or those with neurological problems as well as those with orthopedic conditions who may be well used to using Computer-based Activities.

The Activities therefore can be as simple as moving a ball from one side of the screen to another and holding the ball on a wall for a determined length of time; or just holding the seesaw in a steady balance. At the other end of the scale, the Activity may involve moving a marble through a complex maze or placing many jigsaw pieces in a puzzle.

All the Activities can be graded for progression over time and help build up the patient's confidence in their abilities whilst exercising towards good balance control.


  • Two ForcePlates
  • One BaseFrame
  • Two cables for connecting two ForcePlates to the X4 InterX Unit


Single-Axis ForcePlates are only available as a wired connection only to a computer.

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E-LINK EP40 System

Lower Extremity Systems

E-LINK systems package together popular accessories tailored to meet a wide range of clinical applications.

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