Aesthesiometers are used in Medical Practices to Evaluate Sensitivity and Touch Threshholds.
Aesthesiometers evaluate cutaneous sensitivity and touch threshold up to a 14 centimeter discrimination. Plastic points minimize influence of temperature. The 2-point Discrimination set tests static and dynamic 1 and 2-point discrimination. The Baseline Touch-Test provides testing after nerve repair, grafts and innervated tissue transfer for desensitization, or to determine the level of impairment. Styles include 2- and 3-Point discriminator, Discrim-a-Gon 2-Point Discrimination Set, and Touch-Test 2-point Discrimination Wheel.