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Reachable Workspace To Assess Upper Extremity Function

Assessment of reachable workspace in patients undergoing elbow or shoulder surgery


Use of markers with motion capture to see the space patients can reach with their hands before and after undergoing elbow or shoulder surgery.

Who May Qualify?:
  • Patients undergoing surgery at the shoulder or elbow to improve reach
  • Patients 3-18 years old
Who Does Not Qualify:
  • Patients under 3 years old or older than 18
  • Patients who will not be having shoulder or elbow surgery
Interested in participating?
We are currently recruiting
Study Sponsor:

Shriner's Children's Hospital

Full IRB Study Title:
Reachable Workspace to Assess Upper Extremity Function and Outcomes
IRB Study ID:
If you are interested in this study or have questions about your child's eligibility, please contact:
Lead Investigator
Stephanie Russo, MD, PhD

Co-Director, Brachial Plexus Treatment Center; Pediatric Hand and Peripheral Nerve Surgeon
Brachial Plexus Treatment ProgramPediatric Hand and Upper Extremity ClinicOrthopedicsUpper Extremity Motion Analysis Lab

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