We’re on a mission to help make physical therapy fun!

At Dynofit, we believe patient engagement is a crucial element in recovery and rehab, and compliance with a physical therapist’s recommendations strongly influences success or failure on the path to healthy recovery.  To provide patients and their therapists real, measured information on muscle activity and progress, we’ve developed the Flexdot™ system.  Using our unique wearable sensor with applications that run on your smartphone or tablet measure and store information about the exercises completed in the clinic or at home, with engaging applications and games that show real, measured results.

Flexdot™

The Flexdot™ system is based on our wireless, wearable electromyography (EMG) sensor that senses the electrical signal emitted by nerves during muscle activation. The system includes the sensor, custom apps running on a smartphone or tablet, and disposable pads to attach the sensor to the patient’s skin. The system is initially intended for physical and occupational therapy under the guidance of a healthcare practitioner – we’re exploring many additional applications that can benefit from measured results of physical activity.
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ACRM LaunchPad: We Won!!

We are very excited to announce Dynofit’s Flexdot was chosen by the judges and the audience as “Best Overall” winner of the American Congress of Rehabilitative Medicine’s very first LaunchPad award at the 2017 Annual Conference!  This was ACRM’s inaugural rehab tech innovation competition, modeled after the popular show “Shark Tank”.  To learn more about the conference and the winners, click here

Flexdots™ at Cal State LA!

Dr. Stefan Keslacy of California State University, Los Angeles’ Kinesiology and Nutritional Science Department has chosen the Flexdot™ system to assist in his research of the exercise needs of wheelchair users.  Dr. Keslacy’s research team has been awarded a highly competitive National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation research grant.  His innovative, multi-level project will use the Flexdot™ wearable sensor to measure the muscle activation of wheelchair-bound participants, coordinating results with blood bio-markers to serve as a foundation for recommendations of activity levels for optimal health.

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