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Rehabilitation Biomechanics
Unlike sports biomechanics, rehabilitation biomechanics primarily targets the general populace or specific groups with certain health conditions. The goal is to help these individuals recover from their ailments and return to physical activity as quickly as possible. To achieve this, researchers in the field of rehabilitation biomechanics may use a broader range of scientific equipment to study issues. In addition to three-dimensional motion capture systems, electromyography (EMG), and force plates, they might also employ isokinetic strength testing devices and computer simulation methods.
Using dynamic modeling to study the risk of knee cartilage damage during the landing phase of a badminton jump smash.
Researchers are using the ISO MED2000 for muscle strength training in post-ACL  surgery rehabilitation.
Isokinetic Muscle Testing

Isokinetic training is a form of resistance training that allows the targeted muscles to exert maximum force while maintaining a constant speed. Typically, as part of an injury rehabilitation program, therapists have patients perform isokinetic strength training on specialized machines. The therapist sets the machine to the correct speed, range of motion, and resistance to allow the muscles to contract and shorten at a constant speed. Isokinetic exercise is a relatively safe and effective method to strengthen certain muscles in people recovering from injuries.


Our offers statistical and analytical services for isokinetic muscle strength testing results and can assist in writing professional analysis reports as needed.
The results of isokinetic muscle strength testing, obtained from the ISO MED2000 system.
Its benefits include the ability to experience resistance throughout the entire range of joint motion and controlled resistance and speed, which reduce the risk of injury. Isokinetic muscle strength testing can yield a wealth of results, including peak torque, average power, flexion/extension ratios, work done, torque, range of motion, and more. However, the statistical and analytical processing of these results is tedious. Researchers must be very familiar with the implications behind these metrics and analyze them specifically, which can consume their valuable time and energy.
Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Method (FEM) is a versatile numerical technique used to solve partial differential equations in two or three spatial dimensions, i.e., certain boundary value problems. To solve a problem, FEM subdivides a large system into smaller, simpler parts called finite elements. Simple equations simulating these finite elements are then assembled into a larger system of equations that models the entire problem. FEM approximates the solution by minimizing the associated error function through variational calculus.
Finite Element Analysis is used in rehabilitation biomechanics research to assess injury risks under specific conditions, such as the risk of ankle sprains during drop jumps or the risk of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears during single-leg landings. To achieve this, it typically involves extracting a subject's skeletal model from CT or MRI imaging data, followed by processing through a workflow involving Geomagic, Solidworks, Hypermesh, and Abaqus for finite element simulation.
The images on the left and right show the early stages of finite element model construction. The patient's vertebrae are extracted using Mimics and then reconstructed in 3D to obtain a complete three-dimensional model. In later stages, this 3D model requires further smoothing and mesh division. Boundary conditions, which are typically derived from other measurements of forces and torques, are then set in finite element software. Finally, depending on the user's needs, the model undergoes either static analysis or explicit dynamic analysis. This process yields stress and strain data for the soft tissues or bones of interest, allowing for an assessment of injury risk based on the results. Our can provide customized finite element modeling services tailored to clients' needs.
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