Vern asks this question in his last blog post. Of course it's important for A.T.'s to embrace current technology. But are you getting the most bang for your buck?
In my opinion, it's the 3D computerized cinematography stuff (like Dartfish) that gives us a picture of what the body is doing real time. Allows us to measure which was previously impossible. I don't own this type of equipment, & wouldn't have the time to use it if I did. But, the journals are full of this stuff now & provides us with plenty of practical applications.
IMPACT concussion testing software is another great tool. And I love my SPORTSWARE injury tracking software.
What's your opinion? What technology out there do you feel benefits the high school ATC, & which has led to dead end roads?