Isometric Muscle Strength Measurement
- Precise quantification of muscle strength using a simple hand-held pull gauge - Measuring outcomes is easy, quick, and economical -- a most timely method in this age of managed care - Physical and occupational therapists will value the complete range of normal muscle-strength values (in the form of percentile curves)
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