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Senstension provides essential, objective metrics about muscle function to trainers, coaches, therapists and physicians. Senstension data will help identify muscle imbalances that may be the source of functional impairment around joints or which may restrict optimal sports performance.

Muscle function can be simultaneously measured in up to 4 muscles, in dynamic or isometric conditions. This allows for detailed assessment of functional muscle stability around major joints and for precise analysis of activation and power generation abilities of individual muscles within the kinetic chains. Flaws in kinetic chains are easily detected by using Senstension and can form the basis for starting corrective training or rehabilitation. Senstension can also be used as a biofeedback tool during exercises or to provide a detailed baseline for muscular balance and activation patterns during advanced training, rehabilitation and after surgery.

Senstension measurements do not require any skin preparation, electrodes or needles and data collection is not susceptible to artefacts from sweating or motion. Due to its ease and simplicity in setting up the Senstension sensors on superficial muscles and tendons for measurements, Senstension can be applied to a wide variety of test and assessment protocols.

  • Knee Surgery assessments

    Muscle function and tension development in tendons can be assessed prior to surgery to provide baseline values for post-surgical rehabilitation and optimize the rehabilitation process.

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  • Knee stability conditioning and rehabilitation

    In order to provide optimal joint stability and avoid internal derangement and structural stresses that lead to pain and muscle inhibition, it is essential that muscles around the knee joint work in unison.

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  • Knee injury prevention and performance optimization

    Optimal knee joint stability and correct muscle activation patterns within specific kinetic chains are essential to injury prevention and sports performance optimization.

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  • Analysing bite force generation after mandibular reconstruction surgery

    The ability to generate symmetric bite forces through both temporomandibular joints is essential to avoid the development of occlusional problems or temporomandibular disorders after reconstructive maxillofacial surgery.

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  • Analysing bite force generation and muscle activation in TMDs, temporomandibular disorders

    In the conservative treatment of TMDs, understanding the ability of the masticatory muscles to generate appropriately symmetric bite forces and consequently relax properly is crucial.

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  • Investigating achilles tendinopathy

    Achilles tendinopathy is a common sports-related overuse injury most often associated with poor training habits, biomechanics and environmental conditions.

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  • Investigating muscle tension development in low back pain disorders

    The low back musculature stabilizes the spine during movements of the upper and/or lower extremities. Senstension sensors can be used to detect changes in the superficial spine musculature under normal and natural circumstances in sports and work-related activities.

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  • Determining muscle tensions in facial esthetics

    Botox injections in facial muscles reduce muscular tension, thereby smoothin out facial wrinkles and improving esthetics.

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  • Investigating extent of brachial plexus palsy and managing treatment

    Injury to the brachial plexus causes muscle paralysis in affected muscles and to varying degrees. With the ability to assess up 4 muscles simultaneously with Senstension, the extent of nerve damage can be assessed by investigating the ability to contract individual muscles innervated by the various branches of the plexus.

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  • Assessing etiology of lateral epicondylitis

    It is generally accepted that an imbalance in forearm extensors and flexors, and weaknesses in the shoulder musculature, leading to a distorted kinetic chain are contributors to lateral epicondylitis (or tennis elbow).

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