Tromner with Built-In Brush

SKU: MDF555P11

$19.99

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Trömner Lightweight - Best Seller

BEST SELLER

Trömner Lightweight

The MDF® Lightweight Trömner Reflex Hammer (aka Tromner or Troemner) is a versatile 4-in-1 dual mallet-type reflex hammer designed for eliciting myotatic and cutaneous responses in adult and pediatric patients. The ergonomic HDP handle lends the hammer a lighter weight while providing the user with greater control during percussion. This updated design is based on the classic reflex hammer invented by Ernst L.O. Trömner, MD, a director of the Neurological Hospital at St. Georg and professor at the University of Hamburg.

PRECISION IMPACT

Weighted Balance

The balance-weighted chrome-plated zinc-alloy head is outfitted with large and small mallets constructed of soft silicone for precise tendon percussion. 

Trömner - Head
Trömner - Handle

LIGHTWEIGHT HANDLE

Featherweight

The ergonomic lightweight HDP handle is precisely balanced for increased control of percussion force for eliciting myotatic reflexes.

BUILT-IN-BRUSH

Brush It On

The Trömner Lightweight has a brush hidden in the base of the handle and can be easily removed to elicit cutaneous reflexes.

Trömner - Brush
Trömner - Lifetime Warranty

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.