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Progression of Wearable Technology in Clinical Practices On-Demand

Join us as we interview renowned researcher and Physiotherapist, Sam Stuart, from Northumbria University in the UK, to discuss how he is using our dorsaVi technology. The specific research being conducted at Northumbria University with the dorsaVi system relates to the assessment of running injuries and mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) in university-level athletes. Progression from subjective opinion-based assessment towards more objective data-driven outcomes from wearable technologies will allow for subtle impairments following injuries to be detected, which may go unnoticed when using traditional assessment methods.

In the webinar we will discuss the following:

  • Use of wearable technologies in regular clinical practice and research
  • Progression of technology towards wearables
  • Use of dorsaVi system in the research at Northumbria University
  • Running gait assessment with wearable technology

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