What if the only thing stopping 1.7 billion MSK patients from receiving successful medical treatment is as simple as a disconnect from available data?
Dr. Phil Wagner, CEO & Founder of Sparta Science, believes he has uncovered the key to minimizing musculoskeletal injuries while optimizing human movement. Phil and his team apply modern data science techniques that optimize how organizations assess, understand, and improve health & well-being.
During Phil‘s time as a strength and conditioning coach at UC Berkeley, he was responsible for 7 players selected in the first two rounds of the 2000 NFL Draft. He contributes his exceptional player development to his movement health biomarker analysis.
Phil would love to chat with you and teach your audience about:
- The lack of MSK injury developments in comparison to other parts of healthcare
- Movement health biomarkers
- Translating evidence based methods into real world workflows
- Why the blend of machine learning and practitioner expertise is crucial for medicine advancement
We Also Discussed
- Movement health
- Health technology
- Injury Prevention
- Human Performance
- Health Intelligence
- Movement Biomarker
- Movement intelligence
- Organizational health
- Healthcare data security
- Movement assessment
- Rehab technologies
- Movement research
While attending medical school at the University of Southern California, Phil also worked as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of California, Los Angeles, where he developed his data-driven process for objective training methodology. During that time, Phil and his colleagues published several peer-reviewed articles in the school’s biokinesiology lab that addressed the inaccuracy of physical evaluation and injury risk mitigation techniques practiced in the field.
Upon graduation from medical school, Phil moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in pursuit of bringing learnings from his biomechanical research out of the lab and into practice. He opened Sparta Performance Science in 2008, a performance facility for elite athletes, where he built and tested the force plate technology now known as Force Plate Machine LearningTM. Phil is recognized as a thought leader in the emerging Movement Health technology industry and also, as CEO, leads Sparta Science in shaping the way human movement is optimized.
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