About the Biomechanics Lab

The mission of the laboratory is to: 1) Educate students on the methods used in biomechanics research and to provide them with resources for conducting exceptional biomechanics research; 2) discover knowledge that pertains to the performance and rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system; and 3) develop strategies to improve injury prevention and the rehabilitation of people with disabilities effecting movement and postural dysfunctions.

 

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Facilities

The laboratory is located in the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) Building and occupies 3,000 square feet of space. The lab features a three-dimensional (3-D) motion capture system (Vicon MX system with seven Vicon T20 cameras), two Bertec force platforms, high speed Bassler....

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History of Biomechanics Lab at USU

The biomechanics laboratory can be rooted back to the mid 1980’s when Steve Dunn began using a dedicated space in the HPER building to teach basic hands-on concepts related to biomechanics.....

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