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New technology enhances Edmonton clinic
Victoria Trail Physiotherapy – First in Alberta with New Computerized Technology
Edmonton, AB – September 16, 2010 — Victoria Trail Physiotherapy becomes the first again in Edmonton to bring new technology to the city to better rehabilitate their patients. In addition to the BTE Multi-Cervical Unit which assesses flexibility and strength of the neck and provides a strengthening program, Victoria Trail Physiotherapy has added the BTE TechTrainer, a pneumatic cable system which provides data previously not available to clinicians.
The BTE TechTrainer is the next generation of high-speed isotonic pneumatic technology systems. The TechTrainer is truly one-of-a-kind when it comes to high-performance, multi-planar, bilateral cable systems.
* Computerized testing and training software provides objective, useful measures of performance, symmetry, and progress that can help you improve athletic and physical performance
* Documentation of performance trends and asymmetries allow clinicians at Victoria Trails to make better planning and progression decisions
* System beneficial for all ages and musculoskeletal injuries
* Excellent tool to be used to baseline test sports teams and provide objective documentation on areas to strengthening
The BTE Multi-Cervical is the most effective and complete system for the assessment and rehabilitation of patients suffering from neck pain, whiplash associated disorders (WAD), and general cervical spine disorders. The MCU is an unmatched, research-backed tool that empowers clinicians to objectively evaluate, strengthen, and restore the ailing neck and cervical spine.