ChiropracticOutfitters.com Now Carries Grip Strength Dynamometers
ChiropracticOutfitters.com is pleased to announce that it recently has added hand dynamometers for measuring grip strength.
February 14, 2011 (Newswire.com) - A dynamometer is a device for measuring the degree of force used in a contraction of a muscle or group of muscles and can be used to test for muscle weaknesses or muscle imbalances caused by weakened muscles, tendonitis, nerve injury, and other injuries or diseases.
ChiropracticOutfitters.com will carry a variety of dynamometers that measure grip strength, pinch strength, and muscle strength. The dynamometers are both electronic and hydraulic hand held and can give clinical relevant information of muscle strength and weaknesses with good validity and reliability.
"Baseline dynamometers and JTech dynamometers provide excellent clinic data for any practicing physician or therapist," says Douglas Yost, President and Founder of ChiropracticOutfitters.com.
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