23
Jan

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New Tensiomyography publication: A Maximal Incremental Test in Cyclists Causes Greater Peripheral Fatigue in Biceps Femoris.

Forty-eight volunteers’ well-trained male cyclists were evaluated during the competition season within a recovery microcycle. Tensiomyography was used before and after performing an incremental test until exhaustion in cycle ergometer to measure the radial muscle belly displacement of the vastus lateralis (VL), rectus femoris (RF), and biceps femoris (BF) on the dominant leg. Maximum radial […]

15
Jan

0

Quantitative assessment of Muscle stiffness using TENSIOMYOGRAPHY before and after Injection of Botulinum toxin Type A in Patients after Stroke

Background: There have been still few objective outcome measures regarding the effect of botulinum toxin type A treatment. Tensiomyography (TMG) is used as a device that can non-invasively evaluate skeletal muscle, however, no reports have been found that the effects of botulinum toxin type A treatment have been evaluated by the characteristics of muscle contraction […]

16
Dec

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Tensiomyography has been used in over 160 scientific publications!

We’re proud to announce that Tensiomyography has been used in over 160 scientific publications! The first article was published in 1997 by professor Valenčič from the University of Ljubljana. Tensiomyography as a method which precisely measures the speed of muscle contraction and muscle stiffness, has been applied in the fields of Anatomy, Anthropology, Biochemistry, Biology, […]

12
Dec

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Tensiomyography Derived Parameters Reflect Skeletal Muscle Architectural Adaptations Following 6-Weeks of Lower Body Resistance Training

Measurement of muscle specific contractile properties in response to resistance training (RT) can provide practitioners valuable information regarding physiological status of individuals. Field based measurements of such contractile properties within specific muscle groups, could be beneficial when monitoring efficacy of training or rehabilitation interventions. Tensiomyography (TMG) quantifies contractile properties of individual muscles via an electrically […]

29
Nov

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New Tensiomyography study performed on top level soccer players

Neuromuscular characteristic of Biceps Femoris muscle in the top Serbian soccer players measured by Tensiomyography method: quantitative model The study was performed on 54 healthy top-level soccer players. The main aim of this study was to define the quantitative neuromuscular characteristics of Biceps Femoris muscle (BF) as the knee joint flexor, i.e. the major synergist […]

20
Nov

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Tensiomyography & hallmarks of bed-rest-induced atrophy

Article was published in Journal of Applied Physiology and it’s about using Tensiomyography to detect changes in muscles as a consequence after lack of movement. We are leaving in the world facing aging of the population and anti-aging research are gaining importance. This article demonstrate how useful can be the information provided by Tensiomyography.

12
Jul

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We are proud to announce that Advances in Skeletal Muscle Function Assessment journal is now re-published by Wolters Kluwer

You can access the first issue here: http://www.asmfa.org/showBackIssue.asp?issn=2536-1384;year=2017;volume=1;issue=1;month=January You can access second issue here: http://www.asmfa.org/showBackIssue.asp?issn=2536-1384;year=2017;volume=1;issue=2;month=June Advances in Skeletal Muscle Function Assessment, a publication of International Society of Tensiomyography, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.asmfa.org. The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents […]

18
Jun

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International Society of TENSIOMYOGRAPHY at ECSS – scientific meeting in Prague – July 4th 2019

Dear members of European College of Sport Science! If you are attending ECSS congress in Prague on July 4th 2019, kindly check invitation to scientific meeting organized by  International Society of TENSIOMYOGRAPHY. The main agenda is introduction of new journal “Advances in Skeletal Muscle Function Assessment” and the opportunity for the researchers focused in this […]

22
May

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ISOT MEETING 2019

July 4 @ 17:00 – 19:00 17:00 – 17:05 Opening Welcome: Srđan Đorđevič – president of ISOT 17:05 – 18:00 Introducing journal ASMFA (Advances in Skeletal Muscle Function Assessment) Scope of the journal: Editor-in-Chief Dr Swarup Mukherjee Disciplines of ASMFA (Associate Editors): Prof Alexander Ferrauti, Associate Prof Boštjan Šimunič, Associate Prof Milivoj Dopsaj Introduction of […]

12
Dec

0
ARTICLE

New Article: Reduced Radial Displacement of the Gastrocnemius Medialis Muscle After Electrically Elicited Fatigue

ISOT fouder, Dr. Angust Hunter and his team have recently published an article in which they have investigated the correlation between radial displacement and electrically elicited fatigue. Assessments of skeletal-muscle functional capacity often necessitate maximal contractile effort, which exacerbates muscle fatigue or injury. TMG has been investigated as a means to assess muscle contractile function after fatigue. Authors […]

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