A biomechanics laboratory, equipped with highly specialist equipment.
The biomechanics laboratory is equipped with a wide range of highly specialist biomechanical equipment that are used within areas of teaching, research and outreach activity.
Broad areas of research activity include motion and force analysis, electromyography, dynamometry and pedobarography, with data processing able to be conducted in our computer suite with a variety of software workstations available.
Much activity conducted within the laboratory includes an element of cross-departmental equipment to complement research which can include occlusion conditioning, neuromuscular stimulation, electrotherapy, eye tracking systems and much more. All resources are accessible and available to facilitate research across multiple disciplines including Sports Science, Strength and Conditioning, Sports Rehabilitation, Skill Acquisition and Psychology.
Various video camera systems covering a range of frames per second to accommodate all relevant motion material capture.
Multiple computer works stations (x16) including use of hardware and wider multiple software (see full equipment inventory).
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