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Completed EasyForce Clinical Studies

EasyForce is a high-quality pull-type digital dynamometer that follows the highest manufacturing standards. It has a 99% accuracy over the whole measurement range.

Pull-type function, as well as having one end of the attachment fixed contributes to its validity, usability and reliability. The device takes the "guess" out of the manual muscle testing, and is superior to push-type dynamometers since it takes the therapist or coach out of the measurement equation.

You can rest assured that you are using a device that confirms to the highest clinical standards. Insurance companies often require accurate measurements when assessing claims. With EasyForce, the process of taking these measurements is fast, consistent and reliable.

Reliability of EasyForce dynamometer for assessment of maximal knee and hip strength

This study aimed to assess intra- and inter-visit reliability of a novel EasyForce dynamometer for assessment of maximal strength in knee extension and flexion, and hip abduction and adduction tasks.

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Interrater and Intrarater Reliability of the EasyForce Dynamometer for Assessment of Maximal Shoulder, Knee and Hip Strength

This study aimed to determine the interrater and intrarater reliability of EasyForce dynamometer for assessing shoulder, knee, and hip muscle strength in healthy young adults.

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Ongoing & Planned Studies


EasyForce used for estimating effects of telerehabilitation (arthroplasty) Estimated completion 2025


EasyForce used in a study estimating shoulder strength in reversed shoulder arthroplasty (Randomized Clinical Trial) Estimated completion 2025


Interventional Study, RCT, EasyForce used in comparison of novel mobile gait analysis tool and conventional weight bearing methods. Estimated completion 2023


Observational Cohort: skeletal muscle structure and function in young adults born preterm. Estimated completion 2023


Validity Study: Comparison of EasyForce with a standard hand-held dynamometer. Estimated completion 2023


Subjective usability patient experience using EasyForce as opposed to the push-type dynamometer. Estimated completion 2023


Randomized Longitudinal: Individualized grip strength training and neck strengthening exercises during the initial phase of shoulder rehabilitation. Estimated completion 2023


Shoulder ROM, strength, neuromuscular function following Arthroscopic Bankart Repair versus Latarjet procedure. Estimated completion 2023

United States

Usability study: Measurement of Isometric Muscle strength using EasyForce. Estimated completion 2023


Use of EasyForce for measuring knee extension strength. Estimated completion 2023


Intra-tester and inter-tester reliability of the EasyForce digital dynamometer. Estimated completion 2022


Health-related physical activity and physical status in Slovenian population: a study including estimation of EasyForce normative values: cross-sectional comparative. Estimated completion 2023


Effectiveness of a shoulder exercise program/fascial manipulation among overhead athletes: M.Sc. Thesis, RCT. Estimated completion 2024


EasyForce validity: Molecular physiological effects of muscle contraction by classic resistance training (CNS-activated) and neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES; external activation). Estimated completion 2023


EasyForce Dynamometry: Reliability and Validity of Upper and Lower Extremity Muscle Testing in Healthy Adults. Estimated completion 2022


RTS-Testing after conservative and operative treatments of bankart lesion in overhead athletes: Case Control Study. Estimated completion 2023