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Biomechanics in your Clinic

I am lucky to be able to spend my time evaluating movement patterns in our Motion Analysis Laboratory. We can get detailed joint angles and forces that are accurate down to the millimeter, degree and Newton. While this is great for research, our assessments do…

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Using the Wii Balance Board to Measure Asymmetry

The quick version: We recently completed a study evaluating the use of the Wii Balance Board to measure how asymmetrical people move before and after total joint replacement. The purpose of the study was to examine the reliability and the validity of this low-cost device…

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