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Plantar / Dorsi real-time ROM measurement

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by marcashton, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. marcashton

    marcashton Welcome New Poster


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    Hi guys. We have been doing quite a lot of work around our 3D Joint ROM tool and one of the requests that we have recently been asked is to add in a new measurement feature for our sensors to measure Plantar / Dorsi simultaneously and push through to our 3D modelling tool.

    We have now added this functionality for podiatrists looking to measure ROM in 3 planes. You're welcome to drop me a line for more information.

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