The Balance Tracking System (BTrackS™) enables health professionals to assess balance and posture by administering validated, computerized tests using gold-standard force plate technology. BTrackS™ is used for fall risk analysis, balance improvement programs, concussion management, Medicare wellness, chiropractic care, physical therapy and balance research. Assessments are completed in minutes and testing results are compared to normative data. Since being introduced in 2014, BTrackS™ has set a new standard for accurate, reliable and affordable balance testing.
Balance Tracking Systems is pleased to announce that a BTrackS™ offering for Senior Living facilities is now available through Direct Supply. With the demand for Balance and Fall Risk Assessments growing rapidly, Direct Supply is offering a complete solution including the BTrackS™ Balance Plate, Assess Balance Software and a Laptop Computer. Measure and track the balance and fall risk of all your residents using a computerized, objective, gold-standard balance measurement system.
Balance Tracking Systems is pleased to announce that BTrackS™ Assess Balance is now available through Scrip Hessco. Chiropractors across the USA are utilizing BTrackS™ and Scrip Hessco is a key supplier to this market. Scrip is providing both BTrackS™ Assess Balance Configurations and Chiropractors can also add Sport Balance Software if desired. Visit Scrip Hessco online or through the catalog to purchase your BTrackS™ Assess Balance System.
Balance Tracking Systems and Geri-Fit® have entered a partnership to provide BTrackS™ to agencies responsible for implementing evidence-based health promotion and fall prevention programs for older adults. BTrackS™ will be used to measure and track the balance of seniors and provide objective evidence regarding their balance improvement and the effectiveness of the training programs.
Fox 2 Detroit anchor Deena Centrofanti visited Professor Daniel Goble (creator of BTrackS) in his lab at Oakland University to find out “Why we lose our balance as we age – and what can we do?”. Click the video to the right to watch the full report.
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