Biofeedback for orthopedic rehabilitation

The BFB4 Fisiocomputer is a Double-channel Electromyographic Biofeedback, that is an Electromedical Device for Physical Therapy designed to detect and present in graphic form the surface potentials that are transmitted by the nerve fibers. All this in order to perform motor rehabilitation exercises.

The BFB4 consists of a single electronic unit that integrates both a PC-Tablet (in which the application software is pre-installed) and the patient-interface, to which the two patient cables are connected. The latter are connected to the single-patient adhesive electrodes by means of special clips. Power is given exclusively by the battery contained within the Tablet. From a very thorough analysis of the available literature, it emerges that countless scientific articles have been written around the world on the use of biofeedback in orthopedic rehabilitation.

Analyzing the composition of these works it results that the knee, the ankle, the shoulder and the cervical segment of the column are the most followed joints. Few jobs have been performed on the remaining anatomical sites and in particular on muscle traumas, on the trunk and on the hip. Beyond the statistical significance of these works it is clear that today it is possible to define a state of the art in the rehabilitation protocols with biofeedback, so much so that the National Tariff Nomenclator also includes at least two entries of “Individual motor rehabilitation in motuleso … included biofeedback “among the specialist outpatient services recognized nationally by the LEA.

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