clinical biomechanics

clin·i·cal bi·o·me·chan·ics

(klinikŏ-kăl bīō-mĕ-kaniks)
A branch of biomechanics that applies physical principles to treat patients (e.g., by orthopedic specialists or physical therapists)
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The study published in the journal -- Clinical Biomechanics -- also verified the model predictions against measured structural and compositional changes in the knee joint between follow-up times.
Another paper, published in Clinical Biomechanics in the spring of 2018, used a case study involving four teenagers to argue that the head horns were not caused by genetic factors or inflammation, pointing instead to the mechanical load on muscles in the skull and neck.
'Football is a multipurpose sport that combines strength, endurance, and high-intensity interval training, and this makes it a good tool for the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes and other lifestyle diseases,' said a lead researcher, Peter Krustrup Professor at Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark.
Barrios, "Effect of specific gait modifications on medial knee loading, metabolic cost and perception of task difficulty," Clinical Biomechanics, vol.
Lord, "A study of in-shoe plantar shear in normal," Clinical Biomechanics, vol.
Farron, "Benefits of an anatomical reconstruction of the humeral head during shoulder arthroplasty: a finite element analysis," Clinical Biomechanics, vol.
Feipel et al., "Global 3D head-trunk kinematics during cervical spine manipulation at different levels," Clinical Biomechanics, vol.
Hennig, "The effect of diabetic neuropathy and previous foot ulceration in EMG and ground reaction forces during gait," Clinical Biomechanics, vol.
In July 2015, Capital Safety partnered with ergonomics specialists from the Sweere Center for Clinical Biomechanics and Applied Ergonomics at Northwestern Health Sciences University to create data-driven research to further validate the need for greater innovation in harness development.
[9.] Delphine Perie, CE Aubin, "Personalized biomechanical simulations of orthotic treatment in idiopathic scoliosis", Clinical biomechanics 19, 190-195 (2004).
The first two parts of the book give background on motion preservation of the spine and the clinical biomechanics of the spine.
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