Researchers at Ohio State University’s Sports Health and Performance Institute are using a new biodynamics lab to study athletes movements.
Sensors are attached to the person before they are put through a series of exercises.
Special cameras help record the movements.
That data is then used to determine risk factors for injuries and determine the criteria someone will need to meet to return to their sport.
The lab will also be used for physical therapy and for people with other ailments, including stroke.
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