Cost-effectiveness of using a motion-sensor biofeedback treatment approach for the management of sub-acute or chronic low back pain
How consistent are lordosis, range of movement and lumbo-pelvic rhythm in people with and without back pain?
The effect of changing movement and posture using motion-sensor biofeedback, versus guidelines-based care, on the clinical outcomes of people with sub-acute or chronic low back pain – a multicentre, cluster-randomised, placebo-controlled, pilot trial
Modifying patterns of movement in people with low back pain – does it help? A systematic review
A Reliability Study of the New Back Strain Monitor Based on Clinical Trials
An Inertial Sensor System for Measurements of Tibia Angle with Applications to Knee Valgus/Varus Detection
Design and Validation of an Ambulatory Inertial System for 3-D Measurements of Low Back Movements
Study on Estimation of Peak Ground Reaction Forces using Tibial Accelerations in Running
Reliability, Validity and Normative Data of Active and Passive Hamstring Function Using ViMove Sensor Technology
Does Rigid Taping Alter Lumbar Range of Movement?
Movement and muscle activation patterns following medial branch blocks for facet joint pain, and sacroiliac injections for sacroiliac joint pain
Reliability of Askling H-test using ViMove Sensor Technology
The effect of prolonged putting practice on low back movement: a pilot study
Does lumbo-pelvic position during golf swings change over a round of golf? A pilot study of elite amateur golfers