- The Biomechanical Ankle Platform System (BAPS) provides clinical control over all planes of motion progressive strengthening and variable stress with the foot in ground contact.
- The BAPS system consists of a reversible platform five hemispherical attachments weight rods and weights and a storage rack.
- When the foot is placed on the platform as designated and as the platform rotates around BAPS recreates a proportionate and progressive degree of abduction or adduction of the foot and ankle proportional amounts of dorsiflexion plantar flexion inversion and eversion along with axes of motion.
- BAPS enables the development of conditioning or rehabilitation programs for individuals at any level of activity by allowing for control of non-weight-bearing partial- full- or overloaded-weight-bearing exercise to the ankle and lower extremities with the foot in ground contact for concurrent proprioceptive rehabilitation.
- The system provides calibrated resistance assistance and platform loading for strengthening specific areas of the ankle and lower extremities.
- It offers progression of levels of mobility through a series of five calibrated hemispherical attachments providing controlled amounts of rotational force to the ankle and lower extremities.