EMG Biofeedback

What Is EMG Biofeedback?

EMG biofeedback is a method of retraining muscle by creating new feedback systems as a result of the conversion of myoelectrical signals in the muscle into visual and auditory signals. EMG uses surface electrodes to detect a change in skeletal muscle activity, which is then fed back to the user usually by a visual or auditory signal. EMG biofeedback can be used to either increase activity in weak or paretic muscle or it can be used to facilitate a reduction in tone is a spastic one. EMG biofeedback has been shown to be useful in both musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation.

Biofeedback For Pelvic Floor Muscle Retraining?

Biofeedback for pelvic floor muscle retraining is a treatment to help patients learn to strengthen or relax their pelvic floor muscles in order to improve bowel or bladder function and decrease some types of pelvic floor pain.  It is a painless process that uses special sensors and a computer monitor to display information about muscle activity.  This information or “feedback” is used to gain sensitivity, and with practice, control over pelvic floor muscle function.  An important part of pelvic floor biofeedback therapy is consistent practice of the pelvic floor muscle exercises at home.  With biofeedback, an individual can learn to stop using the incorrect muscles and start using the correct ones.

Who can benefit?

Conditions that can be improved with pelvic muscle retraining include: accidental bowel leakage (ABL), urinary incontinence, constipation that involves difficult or painful evacuation, and some types of pelvic floor pain.

Strong Wireless EMG Signal Recording System

(Biofeedback Solution)


  • Biofeedback, relaxation & muscle re-education purposes
  • Relaxation of muscle spasms
  • Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy
  • Increasing local blood circulation
  • Maintaining or increasing range of motion
  • Stroke rehab by muscle re-education
  • Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis
  • Acute and ongoing treatment of stress, urge or mixed urinary
  • Incontinence where inhibition of the detrusor muscle through reflexive mechanisms may improve urinary control
  • Incontinence treatment for assessing EMG activity of the pelvic floor and accessory muscles such as the abdominal or gluteal muscles


FIFO Memory: 64 KB

Processor: 32 bit ,168 MHz

Data transfer: USB,Bluetooth


Number of channels:8 Channels

ADC resolution: 24 bit

Linearity error: ±7.6 ppm

Sample rate: 1000 per second

Analog input range: ±2.5 v

Maximum analog input: ±2.5 v

Interface: Serial

Isolation type: Optical

Isolation voltage: 2500 V

Isolation resistance: 10^12 Ω


Amplifier type: Differential, DC

Number of channels: 8 Channels

Gain: 1-8

Input voltage range: ±2.5 V

Maximum analog input: ±2.5 V

Input impedance: 10^9 Ω,common

Input leakage current :60 pA (typical)

Input capacitance: 8 pF

Common mode rejection: 75 dB @ 500 Hz

Low cut filter: DC

High cut filter :500


Software: eProbe

Device Charger: USB cable

EXG recording cables: 2ch’s/ 4ch’s / 8ch’s

Leads: 5

Ultrasonic gel: 1

Leather bag: 1

Gel injection syringe: 1

Biosence Module: 1


EXG number of channels: 8

Signal type: GSR/BVP/T/R/ECG/EMG/HRV

AUX channels: 4

Power (battery):Rechargeable, isolated

Net weight: 143 g

Dimensions: (w x h x d) 111 x 77 x 25 mm

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Brain computer interface (BCI) with EMG Biofeedback myo model

You can use  EMG signals recorded by EMG Biofeedback myo to control remote devices. Those can be guided by several parameters relating to some online bio-signal features.

Surface EMG is widely used in many applications, such as

EMG Biofeedback myo model


Post-surgery/accident Neurological Rehabilitation Physical Therapy Physical Rehabilitation Active Training Therapy Cerebral Palsy

Orthopedic Surgery Functional Neurology Gait & Posture Analysis Urology (treatment of incontinence) Psychophysiology


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