Feb 8, 2023 | IsometricBy far one of the most underused applications of isokinetic dynamometers is the isometric strength test. Why? Because it’s the ideal way to assess strength for most of the patients walking into physical therapy clinics. What’s the problem with manual muscle testing?...
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