Hospitals and clinics around the world

use Delsys EMG systems to study movement disorders, train surgeons, and improve rehabilitation protocols.

Patented Parallel-Bar Technology
For high-fidelity detection of muscle activity

Specialized EMG Sensors
Designed for a range of applications

Seamless Lab Integration
With third-party motion capture, force systems and software

Gait Analysis

Motor disorders, surgical interventions and other physical ailments can affect human movement.

Wireless EMG sensors offer doctors and clinicians a window into the neuromuscular system during movement.

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Postural Threat and Fear of Falling

Rehabilitation/Speech Therapy

Effective rehabilitation depends on providing accurate feedback to patients and tracking their progress.

Speech and physical therapists employ specialized EMG sensors to visualize muscle activity and quantify performance during rehabilitation exercises.

Gender and Psychological Factors on Pain Perception and Muscle Activity

Gender and Psychological Factors on Pain Perception and Muscle Activity
Dr. James Wickham
University of New South Wales

EMG, and understanding underlying mechanisms of shoulder symptoms
Pieter Bas de Witte
Leiden University Medical Center

Electromyographic Biofeedback
Cara Stepp
Boston University

Understanding post-stroke neuromuscular changes
Xiaoyan Li
University of Texas


Minimally invasive surgical techniques improve patient outcomes, but can cause ergonomic discomfort and fatigue in surgeons.

By measuring muscle effort and movement, surgical performance can be assessed and surgical training systems can be developed and improved.

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