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The QLD Assessment Reports

After the completion of the QLD Assessment, the System competes the real-time calculation of areas of muscular instability, weakness and potential disorder. A number of reports are generated to help the practitioner identify problem areas in the upper and lower body as well as areas in the spine that may be susseptible to stress and injury.

The complete report includes a detailed analysis of all the muscles and muscle interactions in the body as well a recommended Workout Regimen containing stretch band exercises that the practitioner can utilize in strengthening and stabilizing muscular weaknesses and instabilities.

The Personal Stability Index

Personal Stability Index
The Personal Stability Index is a symmetrical balance score that assesses the body from head to toe based upon all the QLD Assessment identified muscular deficiencies. The score is utilized to track progress from one evaluation to the next with a simple glance.

The higher the score the higher the overall muscular stability!

The Joint Instability Analysis

The Joint Instability Analysis Report is a blueprint to bodily compensations, weaknesses, and deficiencies that can lead to potental injuries. When deficiencies are found, they highlight muscles and muscle groups that are imbalanced and stressed which may lead to painful bodily compensations or serious injury.

In this example, the right side, lower body has the greatest instability. The Lower-body, Right-Side Hip is 60% unstable an the Knee is 63% unstable.

There are also instabilities on the Lower-body, Left Side with the Hip at 40% unstable and the Knee at 38%.
Joint Instability Analysis

The Neuro-Mapping Report

Spinal Impact Analysis

The Neuro-Mapping Report is an innovative technology that allows a greater insight into the stress loads that are placed along the spine by muscular deficiencies and movement patterns.

It enables the identification of specific areas of possible abnormalities such as bulges, herniations and the like. Spinal abnormalities can place pressure on nerve roots causing disrupted neurological signals from muscles and muscle groups. The spine graph also acts as a warning system to movement patterns.

For example, being able to identify a major or severe stress in the cervical spine could immediately lead to avoidance of daily activities that increase compression forces along the spine.

In this case Region 2 (C5-T2 of the Spine) is Moderately Severe while Region 5 exhibits Minor Severity and has the possibilities of a more severe action, if not corrected soon.

Workout Development Plan of Action Plan

The Workout Action Plan provides an anatomical blueprint for each person. It allows your trainer or sports coach to help design corrective programs specifically formulated to strengthen an stabilize the identified muscular compensations, weaknesses or instabilities.

The Action Plan are series of individualized stretch-band exercises that focus on areas of the body that require the greatest attention. The Exercise Plan is emailed to your trainer, which allows your trainer or therapist to schedule times for rebuilding your balance, strength and stability.The Range of Motion listed for each exercise allows your trainer to determine the best exercise schedule and Workout Plan for your individual needs.

There is also a Workout Action Plan for strengthening and stabilizing areas of Spinal stress and abnormalities. These are also stretch-band exercises which can be selected for scheduling by your trainer.
Workout Plan Of Action