Musculoskeletal structure Determines how human skeletal spine moves, how the abnormal movements are restricted and even how capabilities increase beyond normal condition. In this laboratory, by quantification of spine, muscle and joint mechanics, the effect of changes in joint mechanics and tendon – muscle structure in different conditions or on the ability of muscular movement is investigated. Spine biomechanics laboratory applies advanced tools. Evaluation the balance and posture in static and dynamic conditions, Evaluation the performance and properties of the different tissues of spine in different conditions, Fatigue study the function of various spine tissues in sport and activity conditions are different research projects carried out in this laboratory.
This Lab has a room, an entranceway, and an area of approximately 20 square meters, an isoinertial dynamometer B200 model with all of accessories and related software for evaluation and processing recorded signals according to the most recent technologies for research. This section established based on university policies in 1996.