In a message dated 5/26/99 7:52:58 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
scolby@TSRH.ORG writes:

> erforming the exercises, but we need instantaneous feedback while the
> patient is still in the lab. If we collect the EMG data, we have to go
> through the process of reducing it and then make a decision on whether the
> subject was using their other muscles too much. So we are looking for
> something that will tell us right away whether or not the subjects are
> cheating when they are performing the test. Any ideas on this matter or
> literature that anyone could point me to would be appreciated.
> Thank you for your help.
Scott you may want to try SEMG (surface EMG). That should give you the
instant feedback you are looking for. Good luck.

Mark Hyland, OTR/L, CHT
Director of Rehab
Strength Training, Inc.
Phoenix, AZ

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