Sufferers of chronic low back pain will often use a mirror to watch their movements when practicing movement control exercises. This can be unreliable though,… Read more »
Dr. Thomas Matheve has a background in Physical Therapy and is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Hasselt University, Belgium. His research focuses on patients with chronic low back pain. He has a special interest in rehabilitation technologies and the interaction between pain, psychological factors, and movement.
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- Using wireless motion sensors to improve movement control of the lower back - 26th September 2018