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Biomechanics Laboratory

The biomechanics laboratory is a facility that enables analysis of human movement through the measurement of joint angles, muscle activity, and the external and internal forces acting on the body. The laboratory is used to explore the mechanisms of pathology that lead to movement dysfunction and aids in the development and assesses the effectiveness of treatment and rehabilitation. The high specification motion capture system enables a vast array of movement to be analysed from walking, through to the upper limb and the small intricate movements of the hand and fingers.

Contact

WARNER, MARTIN
+442380598990
m.warner@soton.ac.uk

Information

School/Dept:Health Sciences
Building:Health Profs & Rehab Sciences

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