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    Re: Motion analysis laboratory and evidence-based medicine

    Dr. Robyn Grote's contribution to this topic:
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    "Following from the Wagner de Godoy question raised on biomechl I provide some comments from my experience, here in Australia, & draw from my The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Australia Fellowship , https://lnkd.in/givGK9W 3DGA is the gold standard to assist treatment planning in the paediatric cohort, in particular, for cerebralpalsy, however Australia has been slower to adapt the use in the adults - perhaps due to insufficient engagement by labs with relevant health personnel, education or promotion. Following my Fellowship, it is likely that stand-alone gaitlabs will be surpassed by facilities that can analyse as well as provide treatment in a virtual environment e.g CAREN and other equipment from Motek and Hocoma. These facilities require less area & enable early #rehabilitation with immediate quantifiable feedback in trauma or acquired conditions affecting walking and movement."
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