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HAND/WRIST

This chapter will encompass the hand and wrist. Insert introductory text about the hand and wrist that is relevant to the section.

SECTION 1 - ANATOMICAL SYSTEMS

Insert text that relates to an overview of how the anatomical systems affect the hand/wrist.

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Skeletal System

Text that pertains to the skeletal system as it relates to the hand/wrist.

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Muscular System

Text that pertains to the muscular system as it relates to the hand/wrist.

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Nervous System

Text that pertains to the nervous system as it relates to the hand/wrist.

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Integumentary System

Text that pertains to the integumentary system as it relates to the foot/ankle.

SECTION 2 - COMMON MOTION CONCERNS

Insert text that relates to an overview of how common motions concerns that are important to note when designing products that affect the hand/wrist. 

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Common Motion Section 1

Information about common motion to note.

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Common Motion Section 2

Information about common motion to note.

Knowledge in Practice

With this information in mind, let's take a look at how this can be used in the design process.

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Design Problem:

Systems Involved:

There are no formal push gloves available in the market for elite adaptive racers. Current gloves are make-shift and ​could cause further injury and harm. How could running footwear inspire the next generation of push rim gloves to ​maximize performance and prevent overuse injuries?

Skeletal, muscular and integumentary systems

Useful Resources:

  • Examination of existing products used by athletes​

  • Athlete interviews​

  • Working with an occupational therapist or coach to understand performance needs and challenges with overuse injuries

Follow the link below to learn more about this project.

Overview

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Trunk

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Head/Face

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Hip/Knee

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Shoulder

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Hand/Wrist

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Breasts

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Foot/Ankle

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