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Sensors used to measure sacroiliac motion in the horse
Sensors used to measure sacroiliac motion in the horse

The doctoral research completed at the ‘university of Queensland by Dr. Lesley Goff has contributed to the understanding of the equine sacroiliac joint – in particular the motion that occurs at the joint during gait and other movements and the injuries that can occur at the sacroiliac joint.

Dr. Lesley Goff’s research was supported by a grant from RIRDC. The results of Lesley’s research have been published in scientific veterinary journals (see journal publications) and have been presented at veterinary and physiotherapy conferences both in Australia and overseas.