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DynX electronic hand dynamometer offers therapists and their patients a precise, versatile, reliable and user-friendly professional instrument to perform Grip Test and Grip Therapy

Grip therapy modalities include two scientific approaches for strengthening the hand=grip muscle group

Three Grip Test modes to evaluate handgrip strength and endurance

Grip Therapy modes use microprocessor control to define an isometric training regimen appropriate for each patient and then evaluate patient compliance with the prescribed regiments without full time monitoring of the patient during each session.

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Your registration will provide unlimited access to training materials, research documents, and product pricing within your specific Customer Category: Medical Professional Research Entity, Government Agency or for authorization to represent mD Systems products as a Dealer or Distributor.

Professional Applications

  • Physical Therapists

  • Occupational Therapists

  • Nutritional therapists

  • Nutritional Research

  • Hand-Arm Surgeons

  • Medical Orthopedic Practitioners

  • GP

  • FP

  • Internal Medicine

  • Orthopedic

  • Cardiology

  • Neurology Practitioners

MD Systems, Inc.
Improving Health Through Technology Innovations ©

Electronic Hand DYNamometer for use by medical professionals or researchers

Hand-arm muscle eXerciser for use by sports trainers, orthopedic practitioners or researchers

NEW clinical device for use in handgrip strength measurement

and rehabilitation of hand strength

NEW protocols for improving muscle strength fully controllable by professional therapists

Once you have completed your signup information by registering in your category, and your application has been approved, you will have access to additional pricing and more.

  • Drug Research

  • Aging Research

  • Sports Medicine

  • Sports Training

  • FTE (Functional Tests and Evaluations)

*International customers may be required to place orders through an Authorized Distributor covering your location.

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