Injury risk assessment during sports-related movements is crucial for understanding the balance between optimal performance and a potential decrease in performance. Movement strategy parameters such as foot strike patterns, body orientation, fatigue, impact loads, and other sports biomechanics parameters can be the difference between a successful and un-successful outcome. The AnyBody Modeling System allows you to investigate internal body loads and provides insight into the human musculoskeletal system during motion. Analyze the desired movement strategy and decrease the injury risk based on joint loads, metabolism, and muscle activity.
- Investigate mechanisms of sports injuries
- Injury risk identification
- Investigate movement strategies
- Estimate muscle activity
- Investigate muscle injuries e.g., adductor injuries, groin injuries, ACL injuries etc.
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