KINVENT Rehab Pack is revolutionising rehabilitation, with a cutting-edge solution that delivers prolonged patient engagement, increased efficiency and superior clinical outcomes.
Objective and Instantaneous Assessment
Kinvent’s app-integrated assessment devices allow you to objectively and instantaneously measure strength, balance and range of motion. Motivate patients for longer engagement and improved results with in-app games and reports.
Connect multiple Kinvent devices with a single K-Force app license. If you don’t already have access to the app, choose from the following licenses here.
Need help setting up your sensor or K-Force App? Read more here.
Promote Patient Engagement
The Kinvent Rehab Pack delivers a collection of rehab tools for professionals to encourage motivation and longer engagement.
The Kinvent Rehab Pack comes with a year Premium subscription to the Kinvent K-Froce app.
It can take a variety of instantaneous measurements including:
- Internal rotator cuff
- Nordic hamstring test
K-Plates enable measurement of static and dynamic balance in a wide range of movements, including:
- Bipodal stance
- Bipodal tip/heel distribution
- Unipedal tip/heel distribution
- Squat analysis
- Push up analysis
- McCall test
K-Grip can be used to measure grip strength in a variety of situations, including:
- Strength measurements via grip test
- Hand rehabilitation
- Upper limb rehabilitation
- Treatment for nervous fatigue in athletes
K-Move can be used to assess, monitor and rehabilitate movements in the upper limbs, including:
- Shoulder abduction
- Elbow flexion
- Shoulder antepulsion
K-Move can also be used to assess, monitor and rehabilitate movements in the lower limbs, including:
- Knee extension
- Knee flexion
K-Bubble is a dynamic pressure sensor that, when inserted into any inflatable object, can give precise force measurements in a number of movements, including:
- Chest strength
- Neck extension
- Adductor strength
K-Pull can be used for measuring isometric strength and biofeedback training and can be performed independently of the operator. K-Pull measures maximal isometric strength and muscle contraction repetitions of the upper and lower limbs.