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How can 3D motion sensor technology help solve your cycling injury?

In order to best treat and manage an injury, it is vital to understand what is causing the problem. Without a thorough assessment and diagnosis, a targeted treatment strategy is not possible. So how can you achieve this when the cause of an injury is an activity that happens out on the road, far away from the physio clinic? Using the latest technology, we can now "see" the intricate movements within the human body, in any geographical location.
Since the start of 2019 I've been using the Leomo Type R system with clients to gather data about how their bodies move on their bike, out on the road. This is a big step up from the standard indoor studio assessments that can only be done with a bike on a trainer. When the bike is constrained by the trainer, the body moves differently and we get an artificial picture.
In order to verify that this new technology is accurate and reliable, I've teamed up with biomechanist Dr Robert Crowther from the University of South Australia. Using the Uni SA's gold standard VICON system, we are gathering information to ensure that the data from the Leomo system is valid and reliable.
Watch this space for the results...

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