Devices

T-REX 
Devices

The T-REX  devices are designed with a tri-actuator system that allows patients to engage in the same range of motion exercises, and with the same resistance-load as a physical therapist. Our patented design helps achieve “plastic deformation” of the scar tissue. Below you can find our difference devices and the motions they can perform.

T-REX 
Devices

Forward Flexion

Orbit

for shoulder

Movements and Exercises

  • Straight Arm Forward Flexion Abduction/Adduction
  • Internal /External Rotation throughout a Lateral Plane
  • Internal/External Rotation throughout Forward Flexion Plane
  • Internal/External Rotation throughout Scapular Plane
  • Scapular Retraction with Internal Rotation
  • Horizontal Posterior Capsule Release
  • Lateral Abduction / Adduction

Abduction / Adduction

Orbit

for shoulder

Movements and Exercises

  • Straight Arm Forward Flexion Abduction/Adduction
  • Internal /External Rotation throughout a Lateral Plane
  • Internal/External Rotation throughout Forward Flexion Plane
  • Internal/External Rotation throughout Scapular Plane
  • Scapular Retraction with Internal Rotation
  • Horizontal Posterior Capsule Release
  • Lateral Abduction / Adduction

Arc and Traverse

for knee and hip

Hip Flexion / Extension

Knee Flexion / Extension

Movements and Exercises

  • Knee Flexion
  • Knee Extension
  • Hip Flexion
  • Hip Extension
  • Resistance Strength Training: Isometric,Concentric, Eccentric
  • PNF Stretching Exercises:
    Hold- Relax, Contract- Relax, Hold-Contract-Relax

Arc and Traverse

for knee and hip

Movements and Exercises

  • Knee Flexion
  • Knee Extension
  • Hip Flexion
  • Hip Extension
  • Resistance Strength Training: Isometric,Concentric, Eccentric
  • PNF Stretching Exercises:
    Hold- Relax, Contract- Relax, Hold-Contract-Relax
Ankle01

Driver

for ankle

Movements and Exercises

  • Ankle Flexion
  • Ankle Extension

Flexion / Extension

Driver

for ankle

Movements and Exercises

  • Ankle Flexion
  • Ankle Extension