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HD Sensor Board

Product Features:

Sensor board for rehabilitation clinics, high schools, colleges and pro teams.

Includes QBiAd interface cable to sync HD with iPad (3rd generation), iPad 2 and iPad.

The HD does not have a weight limit.

Dimensions: 40" x 30" x .75"

Weight: 40 lbs

QB HS Sensor Board

HD Pro Sensor Board

Product Features:

Larger sensor board for taller athletes at the college and pro levels.

Includes QBiAd interface cable to sync HD Pro with iPad (3rd generation), iPad 2 and iPad.

The HD Pro does not have a weight limit.

Dimensions: 46" x 36" x .75"

Weight: 43 lbs

QB HD Pro Sensor Board


Product Features:

Tripod with custom touchscreen tablet mount. Provides a versatile solution to move The Quick Board system anywhere in a room without having to mount the tablet to a wall.


QB Tripod


Download a free version of the app to view videos, perform the various drills by touching the screen and explore the app’s functionality.

To complete The Quick Board system, you only need to purchase a sensor board. The sensor board comes with the QBiAd cable, which is our Apple approved iPad interface cable that connects the sensor board to the iPad. The QBiAd is compatible with iPad (3rd generation), iPad 2 and iPad. 

The Quick Board Basic and Plus apps are purchased in the Apple App Store. HERE


Basic vs Plus App

User Manual


The Quick Board is implemented in various phases of lower limb rehabilitation.

The videos on this page display drills which focus on the following:

- Weight Shift

- Strength

- Balance 

- Proprioception

Sports medicine staffs have found athletes still suffer from a neurological deficit regardless of the fact they return to 100% pre injury strength and range of motion.  If the athlete is not neurologically rehabilitated, then the chances of another injury are increased.  The Quick Board is implemented to neurologically rehabilitate the athlete and objectively track the entire rehabilitation.  Since the athlete is able to instantly see their results, it increases motivation to improve which can lead to a decreased rehabilitation time frame.  The sports medicine staff is able to reintroduce pre injury testing and/or training drills to see a direct comparison and assist in a return to play decision.

This comparison is crucial to sports medicine staffs so they can objectively justify whether an athlete is ready to return to play.

Below is an example of a return to play guideline based upon an athlete’s pre injury vs. post injury Quick Board percentages*:

70%: Begin light workouts

80%: Increase workout intensity and start light practice

90%: Full workouts and full practice

100%: Return to competition

*These percentages are based on Quick Board results comparisons, not strength or range of motion.



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