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Smart Talk Presentation 2017 :
This video is available to all Clearinghouse members. Synopsis : A revolution in the rehabilitation of tendon and other musculoskeletal injuries is on its way with the development of a ground-breaking new intelligent technology developed at Griffith University and the University of Auckland. Called iTraining, the biomedically engineered system works in real time to provide feedback on the stresses and strains that affect a specific musculoskeletal tissue, either following injury or in the prevention of injury. It attempts to link musculoskeletal tissue mechanobiology to the person in rehabilitation or training. Professor Lloyd presented on this work, as well as further studies following the award of a grant worth nearly one million dollars from the Australian Research Council.