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 torque curve is usually flattened during the concentric phase of either internal or external rotation (dependent on the position of the humorous).
If the test is performed in 90 degrees of abduction (lying position) then the curve will be flattened in the latter half of internal rotation see next figure.
If the test is performed in any other position the curve will be flattened in the external rotation component see next figure.