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.
This study demonstrated the clinical utility of DARI Motion as a tool that can track the progression of a post-surgical knee injury. The findings illustrate that the return-to-play criteria is useful in a surgeon’s decision-making process.
This study demonstrates the clinical feasibility of using the DARI Motion system as a way of tracing the progression performance of Parkinson’s patients. Objectively tracking performance with a live system eliminates the time-consuming nature of pre-processing and post-processing data.
This study shows that DARI Motion data was used to accurately track a diseased patient population. The kinematic variables that were significant could be used in a future model to help identify these patients and their progression through Parkinson’s disease.