A movement review is an excellent touch point to see exactly what DARI can collect and to better understand its importance in your motion health!
The shoulder is a complex joint to say the least! Biomechanically, it's a ball and socket joint that allows for maximal range of motion. The draw back to all that range is a reduction in structural protection. To maximize range of motion and structural protection the best course of action is strengthening the muscles that surround the joint.
As DARI tracks the shoulder range of motion during internal and external rotation it can not only determine if you are in healthy ranges of mobility, but also note if you are compensating through poor biomechanics (secondary planes) to achieve your movement goal.
Knowing how your shoulder moves in all planes gives exact information on your shoulder's motion health-- both functionally and structurally.