ReactXTM was developed with the user in mind. The design incorporates individual modules that work together to create a final product. This allows us to work with hand in hand with many different organizations and customize it according to their needs without loosing the integrity and/or functionality of the software. All information within the individuals modules that is utilized is automatically saved and categorized on the final report for easy retrieval and viewing. Below is a synopsis of each individual module that is currently in place.
This module allows the user to input the information provided to them from the client.
Range of Motion
This module contains 155 individual movements that can be selected and are present within the working program at the top of the page. This was done to act as a reminder, to the user, of the original focal point.
This module contains every prime and synergistic muscle affiliated with a selected range of motion. All muscles selected under one range of motion will carry over to another selected range of motion if they are also active within the new range.
This module contains ALL nerves associated with the musculo-skeletal system. Selecting a nerve within this module will allow the user to see and assess every muscle that is innervated by that particular nerve.
If a muscle is recognized as non-responsive to treatment(s), the user can document their findings on a neurological level. This reporting will allow the user to see the specific nerve that is associated with the individual muscle and also the muscles percentage to the nerve.(I.e., if the Lower Trapezius is non-responsive to treatments and is selected as such, the user will see that it is supplied by the Accessory Nerve. It will then display that the Lower Trapezius makes up 16.6% of the total number of muscles that this nerve communicates with.)
Vertebral Instability Graph
When the bilateral button associated with each muscle within the muscle affiliation module is selected, the neurological innervations along the spine are highlighted. This allows the user to determine if a possible vertebral instability is manipulating the nerve and causing neuromuscular dysfunction and compensations. The graph itself is interactive and allows you to select a particular vertebra and display all muscles whose nerves exit above or below this location or display all muscles associated with stabilization of the vertebra.
Nerve Non-Responsiveness Graph
This graph is associated with the muscle affiliation module, when the system is commanded to activate the nerve recognition division, all non-responsive neurological innervations of selected muscles will display here, with side specificity. The graph itself is interactive and allows you to select a particular vertebra and display all muscles whose nerves exit above or below this location or display all muscles associated with stabilization of the vertebra.
We have created 153 separate isometric exercises that can be emailed directly to the client for easy retrieval on smart phones or in print versions. These isometric exercises consist of real pictures of people within the range of motion and easy to follow instructions. The isometrics were developed with the clients in mind and are designed for ease of use and effectiveness.