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Functional biomechanics

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In short, functional biomechanical analysis provide information about functional capability of a body such as:

  • Range of Motion
  • Muscle Strength
  • Force Production
  • Neuromuscular Control  and/or  Fatigue, etc.

 

- unlike diagnostic systems that provide information about body structure such as:

  • Magnetic Resonance
  • Computer Tomography
  • Roentgen
  • or Ultrasound

Any human movement research has been and will always be motivated with specific research targets. The beginnings of biomechanical analysis that are performed today are related to the gait analysis as an elementary form of cyclic-human-movements. Emphasis on cyclic caracter of movement is while it can be repeated over certain period of time as well as it can be standardized on the target groups of respondents. That way we are able to get reliable and repeatable data for qualitative as well as quantitative motion analysis.

Determination of pain conditions

By using these approach it is possible to precisely determine changes that may be associated with motion performance or with the pain condition. Based on this data it is possible to establish an appropriate individual training program and measure its progression. Functional biomechanical diagnostics therefore enables effective performance training, qualitative rehabilitation of pain conditions and the prevention of injuries in sports.

Analysis procedures

Furthermore, there are many various protocols of biomechanical analysis developed as a strict procedures that need to be followed in order to get valid data for monitoring and directing process of rehabilitation or performance training in sports.

 

Many examples of the various case studies are listed below as a samples of final reports.

All were studied and developed in over 12 years of dedicated research to enable tracking of characteristics and disorders of the locomotor system.


(disclaimer: All of the report examples, including images and graphics in this presentation, have not aplied for official clinical approval procedure and therefore have exclusively educational value, as well for readers or for patients)

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SHOULDER FUNCTIONAL TEST
  • SHOULDER FUNCTIONAL TEST
    (SAMPLE OF THE FINAL REPORT)

 
 


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REACTIVE FORCES MEASURING DURING WALKING
DETAILED GAIT ANALYSIS
KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE CERVICAL SPINE
JUMP TESTS
NEUROMUSCULAR FATIGUE
VERTEBRAL COLUMN FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
RELAXATION OF THE LUMBAR MUSCLE
STABILITY AND NEUROMOTOR CONTROL TESTS (SWAY)
POSTURE ANALYSIS
EVALUATION OF PATELLAR SUBLUXATION
ANALYSIS OF THE STARTING BLOCKS FOR THE SPRINTERS
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