Movement Assessment w/ Sensors, Emerging Technologies
Mario Novo, physical therapist, researcher, and professional educator joins this week on The Movement Fix Podcast to discuss the following:
- Movement Assessment done visually
- Improving assessment using movement sensors
- The emergence of new sensor technology and how that will change assessment of athletes
- Limitations of using sensor technology in a laboratory setting
- Protocols based on sensor data
- and much more
Mario has previously been featured on TMF Podcast, Episode 55, on Blood Flow Restriction Training.
Mario is based out of Nashville, TN and works with several professional sports teams.
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