BTrackS™ - Objective Balance
Assessment and Rehabilitation
The Balance Tracking System (BTrackS™) utilizes “Gold Standard” force plate technology to provide accurate and reliable balance assessment and rehabilitation for healthcare professionals. After ten years and thousands of happy customers we’ve proven that you can own a high-quality Balance System for less than $3,000.00.
BTrackS™ includes the BTrackS™ Balance Plate, a foam pad and the BTrackS™ Assess Balance Software with a full suite of seven assessment and six rehabilitation protocols. Every protocol is preprogrammed with step-by-step onscreen guidance and has detailed reports that track testing history. If required, a custom design feature can be used to easily create unique testing protocols.
Study finds BTrackS Target Training protocol improves balance by ~30%
BTrackS™ Assess Balance System
The BTrackS™ Assess Balance System is a widely-used medical device for a variety of balance assessment and rehabilitation applications. Typical users include Medical Doctors, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Senior Living Facilitators, Health/Fitness Professionals and Researchers. Included in this system are the BTrackS™ Balance Plate and Assess Balance Software.
BTrackS™ Balance Plate
- Valid, Accurate and Reliable
- Lightweight and Portable Design
- FDA Class 1 Registered Medical Device
Assess Balance Software
- Thirteen Testing/Rehabilitation Protocols
- Fall Risk Metric with Normative Data
- User Friendly, Intuitive Interface
New Software Update
A new version of our Assess Balanced software (Version 7.5) has been released! For current customers with Assess Balance software (Versions 4.5, 5.5 or 6.5), you will receive the upgrade via an email at no charge to you in the weeks to come. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Version 7.5 includes a new training tool called the Cognitive Motor protocol that combines multiple elements of executive function (working memory, attention, impulse control) with the need for precise changes in Center of Pressure (COP) location. Using onscreen biofeedback, participants memorize a target letter and then shift their COP into one of two response circles that match the letter (“Go” response). Alternatively, if neither response circle matches the target letter the participant must refrain from moving into either circle (“No-Go” response). The protocol provides both measures of accuracy (Percentage of Targets Hit) and speed (Response Time to Target).
Click here to see the sample report.