Biomechanical Modeling

In order to physically perform, we must move our bodies. Understanding those movement patterns is an important piece to improving performance and reducing stress. Through Biomechanical Modeling, we can predict the performance and the effects of the work environment on an employee.

Some frequent modeling parameters consist of joint force calculation, spinal loading and end range of motion.

The BEST part is we can conduct a virtual test of the current or future workplace task and/or environmental condition, prior to an employee actually engaging in the task. In the event the task proves to exceed anthropometric limitations, employees avoid the higher risk situation altogether.

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