This symposium, Evidence-based Practice in Sport: The Case for Tensiomyography (TMG), is a unique event tailored for sport- and health-professionals and practitioners who might work with athletes or the general public and who may or may not use TMG. Several key international speakers –...
Using Tensiomyography to Assess Changes in Knee Muscle Contraction Properties After Concentric and Eccentric Fatiguing Muscle Actions
A new scientific publication paper shows that the contraction velocity, assessed with tensiomyography (TMG), was the parameter which showed differences between time by muscle by muscle activation after fatiguing leg extension sets. Abstract: The purposes of this study were to analyze the effects of...
Scientific Publication: Tensiomyographical responsiveness to peripheral fatigue in quadriceps femoris
We are proud to share the latest Tensiomyography (TMG) publication with you. Thirty-nine recreational athletes participated and TMG parameters of QF bellies and maximal voluntary isometric contraction (MVIC) were measured before and after a fatigue protocol. The authors believe that Tensiomyography (TMG), has emerged...
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...
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...
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,...