The use of kinematic and parametric information to highlight lack of movement and compensation in the upper extremities during activities of daily living.

A problem that is common to the study of upper limb kinematics and gait analysis is the translation of the evidence from kinematic measurements into easily interpretable information on the status of the patient, such as the amount of compensation or lack of motion. In this study parameters that can be helpful in the rapid and clear identification of limited… CONTINUE READING