biomechanical analysis

ac·tiv·i·ty a·nal·y·sis

(ak-tiv'i-tē ă-nal'i-sis)
1. The process of examining an activity or movement pattern to distinguish its component parts.
2. Any method of determining the type, amount, and organization of activity that occupies the lives of people on a recurring basis.
Synonym(s): activity pattern analysis, biomechanical analysis.

biomechanical analysis

analysis of forces and motions of the human body. qualitative biomechanical analysis the analysis of forces and movements on (and by) the human body without regard to measurement or quantification. quantitative biomechanical analysis the analysis of forces and movements on (and by) the human body with emphasis on measurement and quantification.
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To obtain a more precise biomechanical analysis, other ONFH models should be tested as a future direction.
Biomechanical analysis of local and global strengthening of gluteus medius.
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We present below, based on chinogramelor, a biomechanical analysis of four of the most representative tennis players who have reached first place in the ATP rankings.
Ortho Transmission invested more than ten years into pre-clinical research, animal studies and human biomechanical analysis to address the limitations of conventional molded socket technology with a transcutaneous osseous integrated skeletal implant that has been optimized using advanced Finite Element Analysis design software as well as mechanical testing.
They discuss the court system and expert testimony; the need for biomechanical analysis and explanation of how injuries occur; types of injuries; anatomy, biomechanical terminology, and the physical characteristics of human biological materials; static and dynamic equations used in analysis, with discussion of the mechanics of materials and examples of the analysis of various injuries; protective structures like helmets and safety goggles; errors, sensitivity, uncertainty, and probability; and federal and other standards.
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The advanced biomechanical analysis enables to find out which particular muscle or soft tissue needs to be targeted to eliminate the pain," says Dr B.
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During the first Test between Pakistan and New Zealand in the UAE last year, Hafeez was reported for suspect bowling action by the umpires and was put through an independent biomechanical analysis at the National Cricket Performance Center in Loughborough on November 24, 2014.
He then went to the ICC-accredited Sri Ramachandra Arthroscopy and Sports Sciences Centre in Chennai for a biomechanical analysis of his bowling action.