Canadian MSK Rehab Research Network - Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Research
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About Us..Technical Groups

Technology/Wearable Sensors Group


Body worn sensors (inertial – accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers) provide an opportunity for non-invasive, objective, and accurate observation of patients' joints position and movement and activity level. The Technology and Wearable Sensors group utilizes technology to measure, observe and research MSK disorders.


Name Research Area  

Begon, Mickael

Shoulder, gait, work-related shoulder disorders

Birmingham, Trevor

Knee osteoarthritis, biomechanics, gait analysis, disease initiation and progression models, risk factors (sex, obesity), mathematical/statistical modeling

Bouyer, Laurent

Remote movement monitoring , upper & lower extremity, running injury, effect of pain on motor control & motor learning, movement control in the lab and in the field/work place, robotics in rehab Laurent J. Email

Deluzio, Kevin

Biomechanical factors of knee OA, non-surgical interventions for knee OA, MSK modeling of human gait, analysis of biomechanical waveform data

Ferber, Reed

Clinical gait biomechanics, big data, running, osteoarthritis, wearable technology

Fitzsimmons, Deborah

Technology-enabled care provision and capacity building; technology acceptability and adoption

Hunt, Michael Anthony

Clinical biomechanics, MSK rehabilitation; gait retraining, wearable sensors

Marsh, Jackie

Effectiveness and efficiency of MSK health care delivery models, e-health, web-based technology

Teeter, Matthew

Orthopaedic implants and devices, additive manufacturing

Trejos, Ana Luisa

Wearable devices, rehabilitation mechatronics, upper extremity, MSK disorders

Robinovitch, Stephen

MSK rehab


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