University College Dublin
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Matthew R Patterson(17)
Darragh F Whelan(13)
Margaret Mary O'Mahony(12)
Oonagh M. Giggins(8)
Brian S Green(7)
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A computer program product comprising a non-transitory computer readable medium for storing or recording instructions in machine readable form. The instructions, when executed in a motion sensor enabled smart phone, record target data associated with a response of the motion sensor to a desired sequence of movements of a user performing a therapeutic exercise while wearing the smart phone, map the target data to run-time target parameters of a software application, receive performance data associated with a response of the motion sensor to a subsequent sequence of movements of the user performing the therapeutic exercise while wearing the smart phone, map the performance data to the target parameters of the software application to determine the operation of the software application and provide information for display on a remote monitor visible to the user indicating the quality of the user's performance of the exercise.
A method and apparatus for stimulating the lower back and abdominal muscles in a patient comprising applying a first electrode A1/A2 substantially centrally to the lower lumbar region of the patient's body, and applying second and third electrodes B, C respectively to opposite side flanks of the patient's body. The electrodes are energised to apply a first group of muscular stimulation current pulses which flow between the second and third electrodes and a second group of muscular stimulation current pulses which flow between the first electrode and the second and third electrodes alternately.
A method of and apparatus for stimulating pelvic floor muscles in a patient comprises applying at least one electrode externally to each side of the patient's body in the region of the pelvis, and energising the electrodes to apply a muscular stimulation current which flows laterally across the patient through the patient's pelvic floor. Preferably a plurality of electrodes are applied symmetrically on each side of the body. The electrodes may be incorporated in a garment.
A garment (10) for monitoring the posture of an individual is disclosed. The garment is arranged to receive a sensor system (12) comprising a light source (14) coupled to an optical fiber (16) which is in turn coupled to a light sensor (18) and control circuitry (20) arranged to, in use, measure the transmissivity of the optical fiber. The optical fiber is treated along its length so that the transmissivity of the fiber varies according to the posture of the individual wearing the garment.
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