Measure, train, generate and document progress:
KFORCE products for effective training and therapy results
Modern therapy needs modern equipment: With KFORCE, you have the ability to measure your patients' progress in a new and precise way, but also use the same system to generate scalable training stimuli.
As a therapist, you want to make sure your patients are progressing and improving in therapy. Accurately measuring the initial status of your patients and athletes is therefore critical to creating appropriate therapy and rehabilitation plans. Use already predefined static and dynamic training modules up to "videogames" to further increase the trainee's motivation.
Repeated measurements can confirm performance improvement in training or therapy and increase the therapist's or trainer's confidence in his or her work. They help accurately track the patient's or athlete's progress and can lead to increased self-confidence and another psychological push in the patient or athlete.
And the best part about KFORCE is that the data collected is stored in a personalized program so that it can be easily and quickly sent as a file to doctors, medical staff, payers, or even trainers. This way, everyone can track the progress of the training.
Work like in top sports and discover the advantages of KFORCE now - revolutionize your therapy work as well as the reputation of your practice!
Measurements with KForce
This exercise tests the maximum strength of a muscle group in certain situations or the maximum range of motion of a body part. The exercises involve short and powerful physical efforts, the results of which serve as a reference for the following training/therapy. The most important parameter measured is the force peaks.
Measurement of strength endurance
This exercise enables the measurement of strength endurance: how long can the user hold the force? The exercises are about longer and more sustained physical effort. The main measured indicator to assess stamina is the average force that can be sustained over a set period of time. The exercise simultaneously measures muscle strength fatigue.
Exercises with KForce
Unlike the repetition counter, this exercise requires a sustained and static movement instead of the repetitive contraction and relaxation of the muscles. Here, muscle contraction must be maintained while holding a stable position. Control and accuracy of the strength level is critical. A target range can be set for the user in advance.
Rehabilitation games with KForce
Meet Karl, KInvent's kangaroo, who moves you through a variety of playful configurations. Each game is customizable to the appropriate requirements to make it fun for the patient or athlete to work towards their goal. There are 10 difficulty levels for each game to keep the user challenged.
Reports & Protocols
The key to progress in functional rehabilitation is motivation. The motivation of the patient or athlete can be supported by comparing the baseline situation with the progress. The logs clearly show this progress for user and therapist. The logs of long-term results can also be saved as a PDF file.