Biosig instruments Inc. – winner of international awards for innovation and excellence in fitness electronics and products since 1975.
Biosig Instruments has received prestigious medals & diplomas from invention conventions held in USA, Geneva, Brussels, Germany, Argentina, Japan.
Gregory Lekhtman, the founder of Biosig Instruments, had invented the first wireless Tele-Pulse heart rate monitor with chest belt in 1975, which led to the explosion of cardio fitness. Biosig Instruments Inc. patented technologies involving heart rate monitors continue to be instrumental in the development of the latest trends in cardiovascular fitness. Biosig Instruments has developed, patented and produced a family of the Insta-Pulse heart rate monitors and the Insta-Pulse heart rate sensors and fitness computers. Biosig Instruments heart rate technologies are used by Polar, Nordic Track, Star Track, Sharper Image, Sony, Cybex, Nautilus, and many other international exercise equipment manufacturers. As a sponsor of the American Association for Study of Headaches, Biosig Instruments Inc. invented first in the world Antache anti-headache device and Antense anti-stress device.
Biosig Instruments Inc. work has contributed to a variety of health issues including R&D in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Gregory Lekhtman had postulated principles of Heart Rate Monitoring and Biofeedback, which were published as chapters in the E- Factor book by Dr. Bob Goldman as a textbook for American Universities.
Biosig Instruments has fitness related inventions ranging from radio telemetry, and biofeedback monitors, to exercise equipment such as Exerlopers-no impact running shoes, Sea-Jogger water-walking recreational exerciser, Body-Trim total body portable exerciser, Insta-Runner running exercise machine, Electronic Gym muscle strength monitor, heart rate and fitness sensors and R&D of proprietary technologies..
Biosig Instruments Inc. work and achievements have been a subject of numerous articles in various scientific and popular magazines, books, newspapers and TV programs.