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Laboratory of Simulation and Movement Modelling

University of Montreal

Movement biomechanics research; measurements of movement, forces with the environment, and muscular activity; and simulation and optimization of human movement. The laboratory has an advanced facility with 18 cameras to measure human movement, force plates and an isokinetic ergometer to measure...

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Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab

Queen's University

Research on human movement performance in occupational, clinical and sport settings. How we move matters! Movement is the lynchpin of any strategy to help match an individual’s capability to their work, life or sport demands. For example, if a worker develops chronic pain, it may be caused by an...

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Constance Lethbridge Rehabilitation Centre (CLRC) research site of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR)

McGill University

Movement biomechanics and neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation. Our researchers make use of 3-D human-motion analysis, surface electromyography and force capture for the quantitative assessment of functional tasks, clinical assessment procedures and clinical rehabilitation procedures. In...

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Neurospine Biomechanics Lab

Simon Fraser University

Mechanical testing and simulation. Mechanical testing, modeling, Simulation, injury analysis, failure analysis, device testing

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Injury Prevention and Mobility Laboratory

Simon Fraser University

Research on the cause and prevention of injuries related to mobility. The Injury Prevention and Mobility Lab (IPML) uses the tools of biomechanics to develop and evaluate novel techniques for preventing disability and injury. We seek to generate new understanding of the risk factors for injury...

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Multicentered Research Platform on musculoskeletal diseases

Polytechnique Montréal

Research focusing on biomechanical modeling of scoliosis, as well as the evaluation, design and optimization of orthopedic treatment. This research group has developed internationally acknowledged expertise in musculoskeletal diseases, including the study of spine deformities (particularly the...

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Human Mobility Research Centre

Queen's University

Our research is focused on bone and joint disorders caused by arthritis, osteoporosis, injury, and related problems.. The Human Mobility Research Centre is a partnership among Queen’s University, Kingston General Hospital, and Hotel Dieu Hospital. It serves as a point of collaboration among the...

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Centre for Hip Health and Mobility

University of British Columbia

Prevention, detection, and improved treatment of bone and joint diseases to enhance mobility and quality of life across the lifespan.. State-of-the-art facilities, equipment and cutting-edge technologies at the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility (CHHM) foster a research environment with a focus...

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Human Mobility Research Lab

Queen's University

Clinical biomechanics, the development of tools for the quantitative analysis of human motion data, investigation of the pathomechanical factors of osteoarthritis. The Human Mobility Research Laboratory fosters interdisciplinary collaborations among engineering, orthopaedics, and rehabilitation...

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Nutrition and Musculoskeletal Health Laboratory

Brock University

Nutrition and musculoskeletal health. Professor Ward’s research program focuses on nutrition and musculoskeletal health within the Centre for Bone and Muscle Health (https://www.brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/research/research-centres/centre-for-bone-muscle-heal…). Her research group...

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