Pongwat Poomchoompol

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Range of motion (ROM) is one of the commonly used objective methods for clinical assessments of movement and function of the musculoskeletal system. Traditionally, it is difficult to ensure that change in ROM over a period of time can actually reflect a real change in the patient and not biased by the measuring instrumentation or process. To develop a(More)
This study proposes a method for range-of-motion (ROM) estimation based on the acceleration and geomagnetic data acquired using a single miniaturized wireless sensor node. An experiment on eight shoulder rehabilitation protocols in real human subjects has been conducted, with a sensor placed on user's left and right upper arms and wrists. The experimental(More)
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