It is the highest goal of Rehab Innovations to ensure our products fulfill the intention of their design. In addition to clinical observation and application findings, we welcome the examination of our claims through independent research. We encourage discussion from persons passionate about advancing the professions’ efforts to deliver the highest quality of care possible. Below are two studies we are excited to offer and foster further discussions.
Muir T, Mair SD, Nitz AJ, Bush HM, Uhl TL. Muscle activation levels during early postoperative rehabilitation exercises in SLAP repaired patients, a pilot study. Shoulder & Elbow. 2012;4:219-227.
From our perspective with respect to the University of Kentucky study, the results offer evidence of: (see the blue box below)
Michael A. McCormack, Jr, PT MHS, ATC; Thomas N. Lindenfeld, MD; Sue D. Barber-Westin, BS. Comparing two devices used to regain full range of motion following arthroscopic subacromial decompression for shoulder impingement. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. January/February 2012; Volume 4, Issue 1:21-28