FC Kairat is one of the best Kazakhstani football clubs and the current champion of the Kazakhstan Premier League. With the help of the TMG S1 diagnostic system, the management aims to optimize the performance of its players and improve injury prevention protocols.






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TMG at Huston Astros

An experienced TMG specialist Jose Fernandez became a sports scientist at Huston Astros. One of his assignments will be also the implementation of tensiomyography in order to reduce hamstring injuries of baseball players …
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New Client: Manchester City F.C.

After an odd season in 2015/16, Manchester City F.C.is determined to pursue the Premiership title. In order to improve their RTP decisions and reduce muscle injuries, they …
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New publication
Prof. Alexander Ferrauti from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and his colleagues from the Ruhr University Bochum…
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New Client: The School of Health Sciences 

The School of Health Sciences at the Tokyo University of Technology will use the TMG S1..
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TMG measurements in NK Olimpija 
ur experts have recently conducted a pre-season players’ evaluation of the winners of …
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TMG measurements in HNK Hajduk Split
In order to take the most out of the pre-season, ‪‎a tensiomyographic‬ assessment of ‬.‬‬‬‬…
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Patent for MC method granted in Japan

After China, a patent for our MC diagnostic method has been granted also in Japan…
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New client: AC BALUO

Application Center Baluo, a project of the Palackého University in Olomouc in the Czech Republic, is one of the most advanced diagnostic and performance centers in the Central Europe. The center boasts a wide …
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TMG at the AEMEF congress

Dr. Daniel Medina, the first team’s physician of FC Barcelona, presented ‪tensiomyography‬ as a part of the strategy for the management of a muscle injury at the Asociacion Española de Medicos de Equipos de Futbol ….
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New article on the impact of hydration on muscle contraction properties 
Manuel García has recently published an …
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New client: FC Al Shabab Al Arabi Club 
FC Al Shabab from Dubai implemented tensiomyography into their training routine …
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Education: Dr. David Rodriguez  &  Novaelite

Dr. David Rodriguez, an assistant professor at the University of Las Palmas de Gran…
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Visit us at the ECSS

We are excited to invite you to the 21st Annual Congress of the ECSS that will be held in Vienna, Austria, from 6-9th July. You can find us at the stand no. 83 or attend our 2nd meeting of the International Society of Tensiomyography that will take place during …
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TMG at the Isokinetica Congress

We exhibited at the Football Medicine Strategies conference in London. We are honored that the eminent Prof. Ramon Cugat included tensiomyography into his presentation on RTP decisions….
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New article on Gluteus maximus impairment 
Seijas, et.al, have recently published an article on a clinical application of tensiomyography …
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TMG usage case: LEVANTE UD DM

Francisco Piqueras, the Head of Sports Science at Spanish Futsal Levante UDMM…
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New client: Xi’an Physical Education University 
Xi’an Physical Education University is the only academic university for physical education …
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New client: Ittihad FC
The eminent Saudi football club Ittihad FC has decided to refine injury prevention‬ and ‪‎training optimization‬ protocols with ‪tensiomyography‬.‬‬‬‬…
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A single muscle report to be released soon

A single muscle report will be available with the new software version, which will be…
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New distribution partner for Egypt: Plan Med
After Saudi Arabia and Iran, we have extended our presence in the Middle East also to Egypt, with the help of our local distributor Plan Med. They have already received a TMG S1….
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TMG workshop on RTP
At the 25th Isokinetic Conference: Football Medicine Strategies – Return to Play, which will be held between the 9th and 10th of April in London (UK), we will hold a workshop with the title Tensiomyography (tmg) as an objective…
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New article on TMG
Morales, et al. have recently published an article in which they investigate the efficacy of tensiomyography (TMG) in assessing …
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New client: King’s College
King’s College from Pennsylvania applied the TMG S1 system to the training routines of their sportsmen in order to boost their training …
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New client: The Peruvian Football Federation
We are glad to support The Peruvian Football Federation with TMG technology. The Fede…
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New client: Faculty of Health Sciences 
Faculty of Health Sciences from Ljubljana added the TMG S1 system to their line of …
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ISOT consensus meeting at the ECSS
During the ECSS congress in Vienna, we will organize an ISOT consensus meeting …
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New distribution partner: Elsa Trade from Iran

We have extended our presence in the Middle East to Iran with the help of a renowned local distribution partner Elsa Trade. Due to a tight cooperation, the first shipments of the TMG…
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New client: Western Kentucky University 

The Western Kentucky University has recently acquired our TMG S1 System in order to extend the scope of their research work in the field of muscle function. We believe that thei …
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New article: Static-stretching vs Contract-relax …
Juan Manuel García-Manso and his associates have recently published a study…
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TMG diagnostic services at FC Bayern Munich

We have visited the FC Bayern Munich during their preparations in order to conduct TMG …
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New client: Tianjin Sports Institute
Tianjin Sports Institute at the elite Tianjin University of Sport has implemented the …
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TMG at the International Congress on Team Sports 
An article that investigates the effects of an affect the energy cost of running by using …
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M-Wave module now available 

Our recently developed M-wave module is now available. The M-wave module …
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Juan Manuel García-Manso and his associates have recently published a study on the effect of different types of stretching on muscle response using tensiomyography. More specifically, tensiomyography was used to examine the changes observed in the response of the biceps femoris muscle of the dominant leg of ten young female gymnasts after performing two different stretching protocols: contract-relax (CR) and static-stretching (SS). The results revealed a change of muscle response immediately after warm-up: increased velocity of deformation, stiffness, holding time and reduced relaxation time. The changes were most evident in the first three minutes after applying the two stretching protocols, being more evident in CR than in SS. The results suggest that athletes who include stretching in their warm-up will find the post warm-up mechanical response less impaired after the first three minutes and more so when using the techniques based on working with static-stretching, compared to techniques based in contract-relax.