Modus Health’s StepWatch™ has been validated in over 600 peer-reviewed publications. Its superb accuracy has StepWatch™ being used as the gold standard by researchers and companies such as Google, Fitbit, and Samsung Digital Health for measuring the accuracy of their fitness monitors.

We’re also trusted by some of the most respected research institutions in the world.

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R. Frost, S. Levati, D. McClurg, M. Brady, B. Williams. What Adherence Measures Should Be Used in Trials of Home-Based Rehabilitation Interventions? A Systematic Review of the Validity, Reliability, and Acceptability of Measures. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2016.
D. R. Bassett, Jr., D. John. Use of pedometers and accelerometers in clinical populations: validity and reliability issues. Physical Therapy Reviews 2010; 15(3):135-142.
C. Warms. Physical activity measurement in persons with chronic and disabling conditions: methods, strategies, and issues. Fam Community Health 2006; 29(1 Suppl):78S-88S.
D. Voinier, T. Neogi, J. J. Stefanik, et al. Using Cumulative Load to Explain How Body Mass Index and Daily Walking Relate to Worsening Knee Cartilage Damage Over Two Years: The MOST Study. Arthritis Rheumatol 2020; 72(6):957-965.
K. R. Vincent, T. Vasilopoulos, C. Montero, H. K. Vincent. Eccentric and Concentric Resistance Exercise Comparison for Knee Osteoarthritis. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2019; 51(10):1977-1986.
S. A. M. Fenton, T. Neogi, D. Dunlop, et al. Does the intensity of daily walking matter for protecting against the development of a slow gait speed in people with or at high risk of knee osteoarthritis? An observational study. Osteoarthritis Cartilage 2018; 26(9):1181-1189.
S. Rao, K. Douglas Gross, J. Niu, et al. Are Pressure Time Integral and Cumulative Plantar Stress Related to First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Pain? Results From a Community-Based Study. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken) 2016; 68(9):1232-8.
B. E. Oiestad, E. Quinn, D. White, et al. No Association between Daily Walking and Knee Structural Changes in People at Risk of or with Mild Knee Osteoarthritis. Prospective Data from the Multicenter Osteoarthritis Study. The Journal of Rheumatology 2015; 42(9):1685-1693.
D. K. White, C. Tudor-Locke, Y. Zhang, et al. Daily walking and the risk of incident functional limitation in knee osteoarthritis: an observational study. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken) 2014; 66(9):1328-36.
D. K. White, C. Tudor-Locke, D. T. Felson, et al. Walking to meet physical activity guidelines in knee osteoarthritis: is 10,000 steps enough? Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2013; 94(4):711-7.