Babinski with Pointed Tip

SKU: MDF53511

$13.46

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Babinski - The Original Reimagined

THE ORIGINAL REIMAGINED

Babinski

The MDF® Babinski Hammer, the instrument of choice of neurologists, is named after the French neurologist Dr. Joseph François Babinski who is best known for his identification of the toe phenomenon. This diagnostic instrument is also often referred to as a Rabiner hammer. MDF® has modified the original Babinski hammer to incorporate modern design and functionality for eliciting myotatic and plantar responses with less effort and greater patient comfort.

DUAL BUMPER

2-in-1

The Babinski Hammer head is surmounted with a chrome-plated brass disc grooved to house the silicone bumper and can be used in positions both perpendicular and parallel to the shaft. This flexibility provides greater effectiveness in eliciting myotatic reflexes involving ankle, knee, abdomen, forearm, biceps, and triceps.  

Babinski - Head
Babinski - Handle

PRECISION INSTRUMENT

Weighted Balance

The weighted chrome-plated brass handle is precisely balanced for increased control of force for percussion. The sand-brushed hexagonal handle is also designed with a pointed tip that can be used as an additional stimulus for cutaneous reflexes.

TIP COVER

Safety First

A bright red tip sleeve covers the tapered end to protect the practitioner while not in use. It can also be used for visual field tests.

Babinski - Tip Cover
Babinski Buck® with HDP Handle - Warranty Lifetime

LIFETIME WARRANTY

With You For Life

Quality is our reflex. All MDF reflex hammers qualify for a lifetime warranty after registration of the unit. MDF® reflex hammers with defects in material or craftsmanship will be replaced or repaired without charge for the life of the instrument.

LIFETIME WARRANTY

With You For Life

Quality is our reflex. All MDF reflex hammers qualify for a lifetime warranty after registration of the unit. MDF® reflex hammers with defects in material or craftsmanship will be replaced or repaired without charge for the life of the instrument.