The Huber Motion Lab (HML) is built to identify and tone the 180 intrinsic stabilizer support muscles of the spine, in an effort to reinforce the spinal structure and increase overall stability, balance, coordination, and posture. An Advanced Rehab Technology news release notes that HML features an oscillating platform engineered to generate a low instability and a mobile column that creates a high instability, as well as motion sensory handles designed to capture strength output to provide personal feedback as the body adapts.

Its biomechanical design is also intended to offer multiple protocols for shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle rehabilitation. The release adds that the technology is equipped with highly perceptive motion sensors that measure force index and benchmark both strength and coordination results. The interactive, computerized display offers immediate evaluations of areas of strength and weakness. Additionally, the LGPSoft software program is linked to the HML and provides documentation for each patient’s work effort and outcomes for multiple sessions.

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[Source: Advanced Rehab Technology]