5 Ways To Test Coordinate Systems Before Taking Biomechanics Data

Designed for researchers in a Gait Lab, Robot Lab, Biomechanics Lab, or using Biplanar Fluoroscopy: Learn 5 ways to test your coordinate systems before taking biomechanical kinematic data. Plus, discover the top pitfalls to avoid.

Human motion is complex and there are many ways to measure and describe the kinematics of human motion in a multi-dimensional spatial environment. Choosing the right coordinate systems to best answer your clinical question is a critical part of the process. Learn from the experts in the Cleveland Clinic BioRobotics Laboratory to make sure you can answer yes to the top 5 coordinate system definition questions.

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