Comprehensive testing and evaluation software

Advantage Software 4.X features:

General System

Comprehensive testing and evaluation software

Advantage Software 4.X features:

General System

Biofeedback Screen

Range of Motion Setting

Curve Analysis

Patient Selection/Entry

Protocol Features


Exercise Summary Report – a graphical representation of the patient’s status, progress and outcome over time. Plot Strength, Pain, ROM, and other user definable measures from the patient’s test and rehab history.
– Graphical Evaluation
– General Evaluation
– Comprehensive Evaluation
– Progress reports
– Narrative cover letter
– Isomap

Database Manager


Normative Data

The System 4 includes normative data values for peak torque to body weight ratios, as well as agonist to antagonist rations for most commonly referenced joints and protocols.

Expanded and updated isokinetic normative data is available for multiple joints including knee, ankle, hip, shoulder, elbow, and wrist from pediatric to adult, ages 5-83.

Advanced Applications

– Front Panel Control Emulation – full set of controls as available on the front panel, with the addition of finer adjustments such as setting speed to any increment of 1 deg/sec, and setting torque to any increment of 1 ft-lb.

– Additional Control – for data monitoring and system controls, only previously used by the System 4 application.

– Remote Access Port Control – for the analog signal output, defines the scaling of velocity, torque, and position. In addition, the update frequency rate can be specified, along with the output mode, for example, the mode can be set to output the analog signals only when the System 4 is in an active state (START, not in Hold or Idle).

– Data Download for Motion Control – a user provided data file of positional data can be downloaded to System 4, and executed to follow a custom pattern of motion Tools such as MATLAB (from The MathWorks), MathCad (from MathSoft) or Prism (from GraphPad Software) can be used to generate these pattern files.

* Reference document: Harbo T. Brincks J. Anderson H (2012) Maximal isoknetic and isometric muscle strength of major muscle groups related to age, body mass, height and sex in 1978 healthy subjects. Eur J Appl Physiol 112-267-275

For a complete listing of new normative data go to