Key Physiotherapy & Rehab Tests

One simple device for full-body assessments 

Output replaces the need for multiple measurement devices. Reduce costs, space and data management requirements with a single, compact device and platform. 

Strength, power and movement being measured by Output
THE FLEXIBILITY TO MEASURE key MSK & rehab metrics

mobility

Range of motion assessments (frontal, sagittal and transverse planes) across key joints from the ankle up to the neck.
  • Ankle

  • Knee

  • Hip

  • Torso

  • Shoulder

  • Neck

Balance

Quantification of eyes-open and eyes-closed postural control in static balance tasks.
  • Dual stance

  • Single leg stance

  • Tandem stance

Power

Quantification of an athlete’s slow stretch-shortening cycle and (double and single-leg) jumping ability.
  • Countermovement Jumps

  • Repeated CMJs

  • Squat jumps

Stability

Quantification of centre of mass stability in static exercises.
  • Plank variations

  • Bridge variations

  • Handstands

  • Climbing

  • Free mode

rSI

Quantification of an athlete’s fast stretch-shortening (double and single-leg) cycle with reactive-strength index.
  • Drop-jump variations

  • Repeated jump variations (e.g. 10-5 Test)

Nordics

Kinematics of nordic hamstring curls including angle of failure and rep duration.

    Contacts

    Quantify key kinematic measures in travelling jumps and sprinting.
    • Hopping variations

    • Bounding variations

    • Pogo variations

    • Sprinting and sprint drills

    Strength Pathway

    Quantifying reps as passed or failed in rep-max strength testing based on target range of motion.
    • Upper limb compound lifts

    • Lower limb compound lifts

    • Unilateral exercises (Single leg squat and split squat)

    • Machine based exercises (e.g. leg press, hamstring curl)

    Strength Endurance

    Quantifying reps as passed or failed based on target range of motion in max-rep bodyweight exercises.
    • Calf-pump variations

    • Bodyweight squats

    • Row and pull-up variations

    • Push-up variations

    Slams, Swings &Throws

    Quantifying velocity, power and acceleration in slams, swings and throwing movements.
    • Medicine-balls

    • Kettlebells

    • Landmine-throws

    • Slosh-bags

    wellness

    Day to day self-reported wellness information from your athletes.
    • Physical wellbeing

    • Psychological wellbeing

    • Perceived readiness to train

    • Sleep Quality

    Mobility

    Our mobility function was designed to assess joint mobility. It allows you to analyze the posture, support and amplitude of movement of your patients to better understand their global mobility. 

    WHAT WE TEST 
    Range of motion assessments (frontal, sagittal and transverse planes) across key joints from the ankle up to the neck.

    Ankle

    Knee

    Hip

    Torso

    Shoulder

    Neck

    Power

    Our jump assessment tool can offer physiotherapists valuable data on lower body strength, power, neuromuscular function, and asymmetry, aiding in injury prevention, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement for your clients.

    WHAT WE TEST 
    Double and single-leg variations of all common ballistic tests.

    Countermovement Jumps

    Repeated CMJs

    Squat jumps - loaded and unloaded

    RSI

    Our RSI test offers valuable information on a patient's explosive strength, neuromuscular function, asymmetry, and movement efficiency, which can help physiotherapists and rehabilitation professionals assess and guide treatment plans for injury prevention, recovery, and performance enhancement.

    WHAT WE TEST 
    Common single and double leg tests.

    Double and single-leg drop-jump variations

    Double and single-leg repeated jump variations (e.g. 10-5 Test)

    Balance & Stability

    Our balance tests are an essential tool for physiotherapists and rehabilitation professionals, helping to guide interventions for improving balance, reducing fall risk, and enhancing a patient's overall functional mobility. Output allows practitioners to objectively measure and track balance and stability. 

    WHAT WE TEST 
    Quantification of eyes-open and eyes-closed postural control in static balance tasks.

    Dual stance

    Single leg stance

    Tandem stance 

    Contacts

    Our contact tests offer a useful tool for evaluating a patient's dynamic movement abilities, helping guide interventions and return-to-play protocols. Evaluating asymmetries in ground contact times between legs can indicate muscle imbalances or asymmetries that may need to be addressed in treatment.

    WHAT WE TEST 
    Quantification of key kinematic measures in travelling jumps (unilateral and bilateral) and sprinting

    Hopping and hurdle variations

    Bounding variations

    Pogo variations

    Sprinting & sprint drills

    Strength

    Our strength module allows practitioners to evaluate ROM and strength through angular velocity.  Evaluate muscle function, physical capacity and identify muscle imbalances or asymmetries. 

    WHAT WE TEST 
    Quantification of strength testing with ROM and angular velocity. 

    Upper limb compound lifts

    Lower limb compound lifts

    Unilateral exercises (Single leg squat and split squat) 

    Machine-based exercises (e.g. leg press, hamstring curl)

    what you can expect from a personalized demo

    We work with hundreds of the world's leading practitioners. We can show you the methods they use to optimize return-to-play protocols using our platform.

    During a consultation session, one of our performance specialists will work with you to understand the specific needs of your rehab facility or clinic, and demonstrate how Output can help improve your decision making with objective rehab data.