Sign In

The Use of the PrimusRS for Neuromuscular Control Training

101 Views  •  27 Apr, 2021

The BTE PrimusRS is widely used for both assessment and rehabilitation within the NHS and occupational health. It is also popular for use within the elite sport as it offers a combination of objective data for functional movements. The AECC University College has had both the PrimusRS and Multi Cervical Unit (MCU) for over ten years. Throughout this time, they have worked with elite athletes to aid decision-making for Return To Play as well as during the rehabilitation phase. In this webinar, Physiologist Phill Heritage talks us through a particular case study that focused on using Continuous Passive Movement (CPM) with a target force for the rehabilitation of a professional (Championship) footballer

Introduction to the PrimusRS – 3:28
Controlled Passive Movement case study of a professional footballer – 5:07
Principles of target force – 8:28
Eccentric loading specificity – 17:05

Q&A
How did you establish the target force for CPM? – 19:25
Where does CPM fit within a rehabilitation program? – 22:14
What is the athlete feedback? – 23:25
Combining EMG – 28:40

 

We use cookies to ensure that we're giving you the best experience. By continuing to use this site you're agreeing to our cookies policy.
By continuing to use this site you're agreeing to our cookies policy.