Innovative muscle and tendon diagnosis with Senstension
Senstension is a capable tool for various fields using muscle and tendon diagnostics, such as sports, medicine, occupational medicine and different medical diagnostic research. It is an invaluable choice for exact, non-invasive and cost-effective diagnoses and treatments. 

About the new product

The innovative measuring method called Muscle Contraction (MC) enables simple and non-invasive diagnostics. The selectivity of the meter covers a specific muscle or part of the muscle and is limited by the size of the sensor tip. The Senstension tool, based on the MC measuring method, is relatively small and light, which means that the measurements can be done while the individual is performing different activities.

The problem, use value and competitive advantage

Senstension is a powerful tool that can be used in various fields of muscle and tendon measurements, from muscle research to elite sports and medicine. As a new method and technology, it provides unique and relevant information crucial for users and their therapists.
The key useful advantages of the Senstension tool are:
  • Non-invasiveness
  • Simplicity
  • Repeatability
  • Suitability
  • Wearability
  • Selectivity
  Source: Company's brochure

Target customers

TMG-BMC’s unique products and techniques have already been adopted by major users, from elite football clubs, such as FC Barcelona and Manchester United, to leading medical and research institutions. TMG-BMC is fast becoming the main choice for accurate, non-invasive and cost-effective diagnostics and treatment.



  • Company's brochure
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