When it comes to results from medical tests, accuracy is everything. That’s why the Halo Digital Goniometer is revolutionary in testing and measuring range-of-motion. It’s the next generation in joint measurement as it combines the capabilities of a goniometer, an inclinometer and petrometer into one easy to use measurement tool. Trying to read the little lines on a goniometer while using both hands to maneuver the unit and keep the patient in place is a tremendous effort that can lead to errors. The inter-rater reliability of the Halo is .99. That means that if 10 different professionals take a measurement with the Halo, all 10 should achieve a number that is within 1 degree of accuracy. The secret is that the Halo comes with a Kinesics base to stabilize the devise and ensure lasers are aligned with the proper anatomical landmarks for each measurement. The lasers take the place of traditional goniometer “arms”, so users produce more accurate measurements. The Halo offers professionals single hand functionality and easy to read results on a backlit screen in 5 seconds or less. The Halo Digital Goniometer is both FDA and TGA approved. Single hand functionality of the Halo allows physicians to support a patient’s limb, manipulate joints and record results with their free hand.
This is the Halo Digital Goniometer unit only.