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Steve Vaitl, D.c., C.c.s.p., C.c.e.p.
04-22-1997, 01:41 PM
Thank you to all who responded to my posting regarding the claim of
surgical tubing equipment providing isokinetic exercises. The basic
intent on my part was to get opinions from experts in biomechanics, to
back up my assertion that it is not isokinetic exercise taking place.

As some have so aptly pointed out, the tubing is probably not true
isotonic exercise either.

I will post a summary of all the responses I receive, next week.

--
Steve
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You can not solve problems with the same level of thinking
that existed when the problems were created.
--Dr. Albert Einstein

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