Our Levitation Knee Brace’s rigid shell provides the same lateral support as a traditional ACL knee brace. In addition however, our brace is designed to shorten your rehabilitation time and improve your leg muscle strength. More»
Press Release: Spring Loaded Technology Delivers 60 UpShot Bionic Knee Braces to Help Canadian Soldiers Optimize Performance and Avoid Injury
Company provides the Canadian Department of National Defence with bionic knee braces
Press Release: Spring Loaded Technology Welcomes New Chief Operating Officer in Wake of Rapid Expansion
Leader in consumer bionics appoints industry veteran, Dawn Umlah, to its executive team to manage company growth and foster innovation
We’ve been getting a lot of questions about what you can expect from the Levitation™ knee brace. You asked; we listened! This is your go-to guide on how our bionic knee brace can help you do more of what you love every day. First, we’ll look at how the Levitation knee brace is different from most knee braces on the market. Then we’ll explore how our bionic knee brace can help in cases of knee injuries, osteoarthritis, work place activities, and athletics. More»
Blowing crowdfunding goal out of the water in less than 48 Hours, Spring Loaded Technology secures $1.9M in VC funding and a $1M Department of National Defence Contract to bring world’s first bionic knee brace to market
After 3 years of research and development, today I’m excited to announce that we’ve launched orders for LevitationTM, the world’s first bionic knee brace.
It’s a well-known fact that in the NFL, injuries will happen. I mean, a bunch of big, fast, strong, physical specimens colliding into one another while running at maximum speed will tend to result in players going down with various ailments.
Soccer (also known as football) is an exciting and fast-paced game that requires teamwork, coordination, agility, and healthy knees. Unfortunately, soccer players have a higher-than-average risk of experiencing serious knee injuries because of the pivoting and quick direction changes required in the game . The most common soccer injuries affect the lower body, and more specifically, the knee and ankle . Here we focus on the most common types of knee injuries and how to reduce your risk.
Do you play racquet sports? Tennis, squash, racquetball or badminton? If you do, you may find the sport is hard on your knees. Racquet sports are some of the most popular sports in the world and competitive matches are played even at a mature age. Because racquet sports are so fast paced and difficult on the knees, injuries can occur at any time and at any age. Some the world’s greatest tennis players have taken time off or retired from the sport due to knee injuries. It’s not surprising: as a tennis and squash player myself, I have been somewhat unkind to my knees in the past: there is just so much twisting, turning, changing direction and lunging! In a nut-shell, those who play racquet sports are known to be at a higher risk of injury due to the unique demands on their knees. So, what can you do to prevent or reduce the risk of knee injuries?
Hockey is one of the fastest sports on the planet due to the conditions created by the physics of the skate. It is an incredibly rough sport that requires focus, balance, grit and physical toughness. Obviously, the speed at which hockey is played, coupled with the physicality of the game, greatly increases the risk of injury.