Quick Board Agility Training

Balance is certainly necessary, but in order to safely navigate simple to more complicated home and community geography, it must be paired with improved foot/ankle agility, provided by lower kinetic chain functional strength and proprioception. The Quick Board System provides patients with the latest rehabilitation technology for returning to a maximum level of physical and neurological function. Clinical applications include a broad range of patient ages and case populations with musculoskeletal and neurological impairments.

The Quick Board for Certified Sport Injury recovery

With The Quick Board’s user-friendly software, PT’s and ATCs can easily integrate the system into their testing and rehabilitation programs so they can quickly capture valid, objective data to:

  • Make informed return-to-play decisions – The Quick Board takes the guesswork out of critical sports medicine evaluation and decisions such as “return to play.”
  • Obtain baseline scores – By comparing pre-and post-injury data, PT’s and ATCs can use information from The Quick Board as a variable in determining an athlete’s readiness to return to play after suffering an injury – including a concussion (e.g. Lower post-injury scores in accuracy drills may indicate neurological issues. Also, implement The Quick Board for objective exertion testing to compare baseline and post injury results).
  • Neurologically rehab athletes – Beyond simply strengthening an injury, The Quick Board restores pre-injury communication to the injured lower extremity, which assists in neurologically rehabilitating the athlete. This is a critical advancement in therapy, as sports medicine professionals have found that even after athletes have returned to pre-injury strength and range of motion, they suffered from a neurological deficit, which increases the risk of another injury.
  • Engage and motivate athletes – The Quick Board’s ability to provide instantaneous and objective feedback motivates an athlete to improve. Objective improvement increases an athlete’s confidence. Restoring confidence is equally important as physical improvement during rehabilitation.
  • Establish goals – Achieve better rehabilitation outcomes by setting objective goals. Better outcomes include restoring athlete confidence and justifying success with additional measures provided by The Quick Board system.

The Quick Board for Physical Therapists

Rehabilitation therapists use The Quick Board to provide patients with the latest rehabilitation technology for returning to a maximum level of physical and neurological function. Clinic applications include a broad range of patient populations with impairments resulting from stroke, employment, hobby or sport allowing a therapist to:

  • Neurologically rehab patients – Beyond simply strengthening an injury, The Quick Board restores pre-injury communication to the injured lower extremity, which assists in neurologically rehabilitating the patient. This is a critical advancement in therapy, as sports medicine professionals have found that even after athletes returned to pre-injury strength and range of motion, they suffered from a neurological deficit, which increases the risk of another injury.
  • Engage and motivate patients – The Quick Board’s ability to provide instantaneous and objective feedback motivates a patient to improve. Objective improvement increases a patient’s confidence. Restoring confidence is equally important as physical improvement during rehabilitation.
  • Track patient repetitions and progress – The Quick Board’s user-friendly interface lets therapists collect reliable, valid data so they can track necessary repetitions and progress to evaluate the effectiveness of rehabilitation programs.
  • Establish goals – Achieve better rehabilitation outcomes by setting objective goals. Better outcomes include restoring patient confidence and justifying success with additional measures provided by The Quick Board system.
  • Receive reimbursements on services – Data obtained from The Quick Board can be submitted to third-party payers for reimbursements.
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