This study was able to demonstrate how a specific population of first responders showed a global tendency for a musculoskeletal (MSK) weakness or injury. The results suggest that a focused intervention program could be developed to help mitigate the possibility of future injuries.
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This study showed how a self-insured employer was able to reduce musculoskeletal (MSK) health care costs by implementing an early intervention program with DARI Motion. The results indicated a cost reduction of more than 20%.
This study analyzed the jumps of over 2,000 athletes to determine the predictive nature of kinematic and kinetic variables related to jump height. Ten variables were reviewed with varying predictive attributes.
This study found that specific key indicators in DARI Motion data helped lead to the prediction of musculoskeletal (MSK) issues in marines. These tools could add value in creating modifiable strength and conditioning training programs before or during military training.
This study reviewed patient-reported outcomes and confirmed that a patient’s perceived ability is often inaccurately reported when compared to their biomechanical profile. The results showed no strong correlation between KOOS-JR and functional performance