mTrigger will be showcasing the brand new mTrigger Biofeedback System at the 69th Annual National Athletic Trainers Association Clinical Symposia & Athletic Training Expo from Wednesday, June 27 through Friday, June 29, 2018, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.
The mTrigger Biofeedback System is a newly developed biofeedback system with a mobile user interface that engages patients from the get-go. By bringing a competitive edge to the already beneficial biofeedback modality, mTrigger motivates patients to perform, comply, and recover quickly.
You know your athletes best, and mTrigger is versatile enough to fit into your existing programs. But it also offers an accessible, modern element to sports rehabilitation that other biofeedback systems don’t. By putting the right tool in the trainer’s hands, we aim to provide a rehab experience that’s not only effective, but enjoyable.
“Patients that have experienced the mTrigger device have been excited to see their progress visually … and watch their improvements and strength gains grow over the course of their physical therapy. This technology will help us to provide unmatched orthopedic and sports physical therapy to our patients,” says Thomas Patrey, MS, LAT, ATC, of Texas.
Come try it for yourself at Booth #2040! Enter our raffle for a chance to win an mTrigger Biofeedback System Individual Unit + Accessories – simply download the mTrigger app onto your Apple or Android device and drop off your business card to enter. Also be sure to pick up details on our NATA show special, available only to NATA attendees until July 9th.
We’re thrilled to be exhibiting among the best in athletic training and rehabilitation, and we can’t wait to see you – and all our new partners in innovation – at NATA 2018.
Is it safe for people with pacemakers?
The mTrigger Biofeedback System does not pose any extra risks to patients with pacemakers, as no electric current is applied to the body from the device. However, do not consider this a medical consultation and please consult with your physician before adding any new therapeutic devices to your treatment plan.