Injuries invariably involve pain. This can lead to visible reactions such as swelling or relief posture, but also cause less obvious changes in neuromuscular control.

We use a number of specific cases to give you an impression of how versatile the BlackBoard can be in mobilizing and stabilizing specific areas during all phases of rehabilitation.

Every BlackBoard comes with a detailed Manual of individual adjustments for certain injuries.

Lateral ankle sprain

A lateral ankle sprain is a common injury where one or more lateral ligaments of the ankle are sprained.

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a disorder that results in pain in the heel and bottom of the foot.

Cruciate ligament disruption

Cruciate ligament disruption is a severe injury of the knee resulting from torsional trauma.


This diagnosis, which is one of the most common foot deformities.


Common causes include excessive pressure within one muscle compartment as a result of muscular overexertion.