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AMI Module Detects Movement Fault in Collegiate Lacrosse Player After ACLR and Advises Against Return to Play

We are excited to share with you our new dorsaVi Athletic Movement Index (AMI) case study, in which we discuss a return to play decision on a Collegiate Lacrosse player after an ACLR. By clicking on the links down below, you can download our case study and allow us to show you how our AMI predicted injury potential in a Collegiate Lacrosse player during his Return to Play assessments.

More specifically, our case study will explain to you how the AMI Module and dorsaVi’s wearable sensor technology successfully detected movement fault on the athlete’s right side, eight months after ACL reconstruction surgery on his right knee. We walk you through the AMI module tests, data and results to explain how the module detected movement fault, why the AMI advised against return to play and the consequences of the athlete’s decision to continue on to return to play.

Through this case study, we demonstrate how valuable the AMI module’s objective, actionable data is when assessing an athlete’s physical well-being: it is a crucial tool for injury prevention and creating safer return-to-play decisions.

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