PR: Biomechanical measuring systems in orthopaedics


What do sensors, pressure plates and light have to do with the human spine? We usually think of more invasive procedures such as x-rays when it comes to the analysis of the human locomotor system. Measuring systems based on biomechanical processes, on the other hand, are non-invasive and offer a holistic picture. This May the Topic of the Month at is all about biomechanical gait and posture analyses.

Biomechanical measuring systems: Versatile tools for many disciplines

Light and Bluetooth – dynamic measurement techniques for orthopedics

Measuring results step by step – zebris motion analysis

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Article last time updated on 02.05.2018.

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