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- PublicationEnd-User Evaluation of a Smart Knee BraceThe Digital KneeTM is a smart designed to be worn following knee injury or surgery. Wearability, perceived usability and clinical utility was explored with a 15-item survey of healthy endusers. There was good perceived clinical utility of the Digital KneeTM and users felt they would wear the device if they sustained an injury.
- PublicationDigital Technology to Monitor Rehabilitation Outcomes After Knee Injury: A Case StudyThe Digital KneeTM is a low-cost wearable integrated into an orthopedic brace capable of measuring knee movement in clinical and everyday settings. The system is designed to provide stability and therapeutic benefit, real-time goal setting and rehabilitation feedback. A case study of a Grade II Medial Collateral Ligament injury was conducted to determine if the Digital KneeTM could be used to objectively monitor recovery patterns following a knee injury.