Athletic trainers, just like you, are accurately assessing patient joint injuries
As an athletic trainer, you need to accurately assess joint laxity to identify injuries and treat patients for better outcomes. Athletic trainers can get objective data about joint laxity to help identify the magnitude of patient injuries and improve treatments using the FDA-cleared Mobil-Aider Arthrometer. Objective data can also be important for return-to-play decisions.
1 versatile device for multiple techniques
The Mobil-Aider weighs just 14 ounces, and the 7 attachments can be used across 5 joints for 14 different techniques.
Improve decisions & injury assessment
Improve athletic trainer skills and make efficient treatment decisions with immediate, objective joint laxity data.
Enhance patient outcomes
The ability to accurately assess injuries and track and improve treatments with real-time feedback to improve outcomes.
The patient was told she had an ACL tear, but she didn’t understand joint laxity until she saw the 4.5mm difference between her knees.
Choose The Kit That Best Suits Your Client Needs
All Joints (Deluxe)
The Mobil-Aider Deluxe Kit includes a docking station to house the 7 custom contoured attachments for the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, and ankle. The kit comes with a portable carrying case and charging port, so it’s always ready for use anywhere.
The Knee Kit is designed for the athletic trainer with a more exclusive emphasis on the knee. It includes 2 custom contoured attachments for the classic Lachman’s test. The Knee Kit also has a charging port and comes in a portable carrying case.
This kit for athletic trainers includes 3 custom contoured shoulder attachments, inferior, anterior, and posterior glides, as well as sternoclavicular posterior glides. The kit comes with a portable carrying case and charging port.
This kit includes 3 custom contoured attachments for talocrural and subtalar assessment. Athletic trainers can perform an anterior drawer and syndesmotic gapping. The kit also has a charging port and comes in a portable carrying case.
Watch Our learning module Video on Knee joint
Mobilization to learn more
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