1 Study Matches
The Use of Micro-Doppler Radar to Identify Service Members at Risk for Musculoskeletal Injury: A Gold Standard Comparison
The purpose of this research study is to see if we can use micro-doppler signal technology to determine if someone has had an ACL reconstruction in the past. We will do this by comparing a group of people who have had the surgery against a group who has never had this surgery to see if this technology can tell the difference.
If you join this study you would be asked to come to a one-hour appointment at the Lebanon Valley College campus in Annville, PA and perform a variety of activities that are part of daily life, such as walking, jumping, and standing from a seated position. We'll ask you to complete a questionnaire on any musculoskeletal pain you're experiencing and report your demographic information.
Leonard Kishel - at email@example.com or 717-531-0003, ext=321657
18 year(s) or older
Inclusion Criteria:Ages 18-40
ACL Group: ACL Reconstruction surgery 9-24 months prior and approved to return to normal activities
Control group: No history of lower extremity surgery
Able to provide consent and read/write in English
No current musculoskeletal injuries
any surgery within 6 months of the study visit
Unable to provide consent or read/write in English
Unable to perform movements consistent with daily activities such as walking, jumping, or moving from sit to stand
Prevention, Sports Medicine, Muscle & Bone