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Tuesday, June 26 • 4:50pm - 5:25pm
Wearable Sensors to Reduce Neurological and Orthopedic Impact Injury Risks

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The accumulation of routine head impacts in many sports has been found to trigger neurological damage and long-term degenerative disorders such as CTE, along with balance impairments that increase the risk of orthopedic injuries. This session explores recent developments in wearable devices that can monitor the onset and progression of both neurological and orthopedic changes triggered by athletic impact exposure, support more comprehensive remove-from-play and return-to-play protocols, and enhance athlete safety and performance. 

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John Ralston

Founder & CEO, Protxx, Inc.
Dr. Ralston is a pioneer in the development of wearable devices for injury risk reduction. He has collaborated with research teams studying concussions in youth, collegiate, and professional athletics in the US and overseas, with the US Armed forces, and with leading consumer electronics... Read More →


Tuesday June 26, 2018 4:50pm - 5:25pm
Meeting Room 230B

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