Active feedback gait retraining alters foot pressure patterns and reduces knee adduction moment in an anterior cruciate ligament reconstructed population
The purpose of this study was to test the efficacy of a gait retraining method using active feedback to change the KAM by sensing lateral foot pressure and retraining to produce a medial weight transfer at the foot
Moticon launches an updated version of its SCIENCE Sensor Insole model Insole3 with doubled internal memory for on-board recording and allows extended standalone recordings.
The paper describes a single body-mounted sensor that integrates accelerometers, gyroscopes,
compasses, barometers, a GPS receiver, and a methodology to process the data for biomechanical studies.
Note Moticon strengthens its ties with the pharma industry as vendor of wearable technology used for outcome assessment in pharma studies related to gait and …
Keywords trauma patients, ground reaction forces, pressure distribution, real life motion patterns Background: Protecting a healing injury to the lower extremity often requires limiting the …