An Interactive Exercise Biofeedback Android Application Utilising a Single Inertial Measurement Unit to Support Joint Replacement Rehabilitation

Rob Argent1, Antonio Bevilacqua2, Ailish Daly, Tahar Kechadi3, Brian Caulfield4

  • 1University College Dublin
  • 2University College of Dublin
  • 3Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Dublin
  • 4UCD



Late Breaking Abstract (Poster)


18:15 - 20:15 | Mon 5 Mar | Caribbean ABC | MoPO.6

Poster Session # 1 and BSN Innovative Health Technology Demonstrations


Boomerang Ortho is an Android application developed with the aim to better support patients in their exercise rehabilitation program following total knee replacement. The use of a single inertial measurement unit (IMU) attached to the lower leg allows for classification of exercise technique, real-time biofeedback, and both self and remote monitoring of patient data. The prototype application for demonstration is currently undergoing pilot testing prior to an assessment of impact on clinical outcome.

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