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WELCOME TO MTRIGGER

Where we make fun and innovation a part of physical therapy. We believe that patient engagement in the rehabilitation experience is key to maximizing outcomes, and we want our providers to have access to the best tools out there. Modernize your biofeedback treatment with our user-friendly devices and mobile application to see how mTrigger can meet you at the corner of engagement and outcomes.

VISIT SETUP & TRAINING PAGE

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RESOURCES

Electrode Placements
System User Manual
Quick Startup Guide
Suggested Applications

PROTOCOLS & APPLICATIONS

Using Biofeedback in Rehabilitation
mTrigger Sample Protocol – Post-Knee
mTrigger Sample Protocol – Achilles

REFERENCE ARTICLES

Read our full literature review here: EMG Biofeedback – A Review of the Evidence

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