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Accessing Raw Data for Research Purposes using 3D Joint ROM

By December 1, 2018Insights

While there are a number of tools available to clinicians to measure Range of Motion (ROM), one of the key benefits recognised by academics and researchers using 3D Joint ROM, is the ability to access, store and manipulate raw data from our sensors.

The tool is currently in use by PhD and Masters students in the fields of physiotherapy and biomechanics who are using it for research and data gathering.

Data can be exported in a variety of different formats, allowing researchers the ability to manipulate and manage the data to fit their research requirements.

You can see 3D Joint ROM in action HERE or purchase it  through our online store. If you have further queries around the tool, you can e-mail marca@dynamicbodytechnology.com

Marc Ashton

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