The center helps researchers study biomechanical aspects of human movement through kinematics and 3D-kinetics from a 3-dimensional perspective. The center’s researchers can capture subtle deviations that may be early warning of pending injury or pathological process.
This facility is the sole provider of such human performance measurement to the region. Center staff are able to provide a comprehensive, interprofessional study of normal and disordered human performance that optimizes function, including walking, running, lifting, carrying, jumping, throwing, or dancing The output of motion analysis provides researchers, educators, health care providers, students, and the public state-of-the-art measures related to human performance of basic daily activities, forms and modes of locomotion, and of elite, skilled or disordered movement.
Center for Human Performance Measurement