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Is the kinematics of functional human movement the future for the assessment of health technologies related to musculo-skeletal disease and orthopaedic rehabilitation ?

Rowe, P.J. (2002) Is the kinematics of functional human movement the future for the assessment of health technologies related to musculo-skeletal disease and orthopaedic rehabilitation ? In: BIONET: Strategic Development of European Networks in Biomechanics First Event, 2002-04-28 - 2002-04-29. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This paper examines the kinematics of functional human movement and the future for the assessment of health technologies related to musculo-skeletal disease and orthopaedic rehabilitation.