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The challenge of deceleration with a gymnast recovering from a lower extremity injury

We are very excited to share with you our new Running Module case study. By filling out the form, you can download our brochure or watch our short video presentation and allow us to show you how our Running Module assessed an adolescent gymnast recovering from a lower extremity injury.

Our brochure and video presentation will explain to you how the Running Module and dorsaVi’s wearable sensor technology successfully detected issues in the left leg of the gymnast, despite there being a no complaint of pain. We walk you through the Running Module tests, data and results and explain how the module positively impacted the athlete’s return-to-play decisions and improved the effectiveness of her treatment plan.

Through this case study, we explain how easy and effective the Running Module is for clinicians to use. As well as demonstrating how valuable the module’s 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.

Fill out the form to read our case study and see our technology in action!

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