HPM's Models BEP I, II, III, IV, V, and VII comprise a family of measurement tools designed to test standardized extremity and basic central processing performance measures. Each system consists of menu driven software, an interface unit that provides stimuli, a power supply, and manual. Responses are entered directly into the computer from the interface units. Data is then presented in both raw form and visual format. Data representing standardized reference populations is included. Performance
SpineTrak is an electronic motion evaluation system designed to document the range and fluidity of motion during rotation, lateral bending and flexion-extension of the cervical, lumbar and thoraco-lumbar regions. It then compares performance to American Medical Association (AMA) standards. The unit features a computerized video system, real time data acquisition, fully automatic data input with two and three dimensional capability, and full color view of stick figures from any viewpoint.