Assessing Performance Using Dynamometry
Just because you have a ‘number’ it doesn’t mean that it’s accurate, reliable or reproducible. Worse, it can guide you into poor decision-making with your patients and clients. Understand how to use commercially-available and hand-held devices to obtain true and accurate measures of performance and avid making the mistakes of others.
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Enrolment Opens: Early 2024
It’s fantastic to see testing devices at price points that are accessible to small clinics BUT we need to understand the device and the test characteristics else we run the risk of misinterpreting the data and making poor decisions.
What clinicians don’t often know...
Assessing the individual demands a greater level of measurement precision
Some tests of muscle performance may have more than 40% error
RFD is highly variable
Designed and delivered by Dr Claire Minshull
*Minshull et al (2009). Single measurement reliability and reproducibility of volitional and magnetically-evoked indices of neuromuscular performance in adults. J Electromyogr Kinesiol 19 1013-23
We will cover all of this and more in a really simple to follow clinician-focussed course.
That means it’ll be pragmatic and:
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