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Recording Movement Posture Low Back Pain How Do They Relate On-Demand

Listen to our audio recording to hear an interview with renowned researchers who used dorsaVi’s wearable sensor technology in their published research. The research paper titled “Movement, posture, and low back pain. How do they relate? A replicated single‐case design in 12 people with persistent, disabling low back pain” *, was written by a world-renowned research team from Curtin’s School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science in Australia and was published in the European Journal of Pain. These insights are relevant for all clinicians who assess and treat low back pain.

The research team of Kevin Wernli, Peter O’Sullivan, and Peter Kent will cover the following topics:

  • Summary of the study including settings, subject, methodology, and the goals
  • Findings from the study
  • How can clinicians use this data and insight into their practice in the treatment of low back pain?
  • Cognitive Functional Therapy in the treatment of low back pain
  • How can other researchers utilize the dorsaVi sensors in their research?

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