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Tennis Muscle Weakness

Deductive Health Solutions, Inc. is a Texas-based advanced technology company focused on providing an advanced Assessment System that accurately uncovers musculoskeletal deficiencies, instabilities, compensations and weaknesses in the body - along with a prescriptive workout plan of action to strengthen the problem areas!

DHS believes that most injuries, meaning non trauma related, are preventable if you know how analyze the body. To identify these deficiencies Deductive Health Solutions created the QLD Muscular Assessment System, designed to interpret what the body is saying based on where it has impediments through movement. The System provides an invaluable insight to help people correct their muscular, balance and stability problems before they lead to chronic pain, stress, and serious injury. It is also a vital rehabilitation tool once serious injuries have occurred.


The QLD Assessment System was invented by Scott Elder - a celebrated collegiate and professional athlete and Sport Trainer.

“I have had the privilege of working with some of the greatest strength and conditioning coaches in the country, from High School and into Pro Football. That being said, in college I fractured my L5 vertebra. I went misdiagnosed for almost two years until I could not take the pain and dysfunction anymore. I underwent surgery to repair the fracture, then went through several months of rehabilitation.

I returned to the football field and played two more years. Two years after my back surgery I tore my patella tendon. Every medical professional told me that the two incidences were not related. I knew somehow, they had to be, so I started creating a complete musculoskeletal database. This consisted of identifying every joint in the body, every range of motion at each joint, every muscular association to the joints and all corresponding actions.

Eventually, what I discovered was that while the boney structure of my back was repaired, the muscular compensations that had developed were only being strengthened in physical therapy. When I returned to the field, I felt limber and strong, but I was really an accident waiting to happen.

The stress was being distributed into my Rectus Femoris which forms the patella tendon. If I had a system such as the QLD Assessment System, I and my training staff would have been able to identify the specific ranges of motion that I should have focused on."


Scott and a group of seasoned executives along with an eclectic group of investors formed DHS because they realized that the body creates myriad compensation patterns that mask true underlying muscular conditions - which are often undetected and lead to further pain and injury.

Years of experience proved to Scott that everyone absorbs and generates forces differently and it is a mistake to focus on an individual-based group data or group assumptions.  He realized that our bodies communicate with us during our entire life; when we are ill, we develop a fever; if we have allergies we sneeze. 

Identifying that the body is always in a state of muscular communication led Scott to ask the question: If a fever means we are ill, what does muscle tightness and limited range of motion mean? 

Scott’s intimate knowledge of muscular and skeletal structures in the body led him to create an advanced neural network database that consisted of every joint in the body, every range of motion associated with each joint, any and all musculature associated with each range of motion as well as the origin of each nerve associated with each muscle along the spine. Scott, with the technical expertise of Bill Barnett, transformed all this information into the QLD Muscular Assessment System - using Artificial Intelligence, Deep-Learning algorithms, and multi-layered neural networks.

Contact Information

469-882-2654 Phone
18484 Preston Road
Suite 102-184
Dallas, Texas 75252


Based on AI, Deep-Learning, Neural Network Technology
A Proprietary Musculoskeletal Algorithm Which Analyzes and Cross References:

All Potential Muscular Deficiencies at Each of the Joints in the Body
All Limitatations Indentified by Range-Of-Motion Examinations
All Joint Instabilities Contributing to the Identified Deficiencies