The HUMAC360 is a small box that offers big results. Measuring 4” x 4” x 4” and weighing just 4 pounds, the HUMAC360 attaches to any patient or exercise equipment in seconds, using a 16’ retractable nylon belt. When the belt is pulled the HUMAC Software reports velocity, distance, and if a weight is recorded, power. These functional parameters are displayed on the screen for proper pacing and distance and in reports for evidence based rehabilitation. It could not be easier.Read the Full Story
The curve will reach a peak before the point where the labrum inhibits the muscles. The inhibition is due to the pain but once beyond the range where the affected part of the labrum is stressed the torque will return giving a second peak. This M shaped curve can be biased towards the beginning or end of the curve dependent on where the damage is.
Please note absence of a curve does not necessarily indicate a normal labrum.
Concentric hip flexion shown.