Biomechanics 2017School/Trainer:Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States
Course format: Classroom
Students learn scientific concepts and natural physical
Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.
Please visit the school's official website or social networks for the latest training price and schedule.
Phone No.: 866-437-0705
2017 Biomechanics training course in Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury
Students learn scientific concepts and natural physical laws that they apply to human movement in exercise and sports.
Bespoke Biomechanics Footwear training course in Leicester
Born out of De Montfort University’s (DMU) 50 year heritage in footwear design, this course sets out to explore how the medical and aesthetic elements of biomechanical footwear can be drawn together to deliver innovative, bespoke designs. Delivered in a practice-based environment, the course will stimulate debate and the exchange of ideas in the field of bespoke footwear and biomechanical p...
Injury Biomechanics training course in Philadelphia
This course is intended as an introduction to investigating the mechanics of injury, from the organism to the tissue level. The students will be exposed to both formal didactic instruction and selected field work. The course will cover principles in continuum and analytical mechanics, and will use application in injury research to illustrate these concepts. The course will be divided into three...
Biomechanics and Biotransport training course in Philadelphia
The course is intended as an introduction to continuum mechanics in both solid and fluid media, with special emphasis on the application to biomedical engineering. Once basic principles are established, the course will cover more advanced concepts in biosolid mechanics that include computational mechanics and bio-constitutive theory. Applications of these advanced concepts to current research p...
Biomechanics training course in New Westminster
This course utilizes application of elementary principles of physics and math to analyze human movement. This analysis will also focus the development of forces within muscles and their effect on initiating and controlling human movement.
Biomechanics training course in Milwaukee
This course is an introduction to the biomechanics of human movement, with applications to occupational, rehabilitation, forensic and sports biomechanics. Topics covered include kinematics, anthropometry, kinetics, mechanical work, energy, and power, synthesis of human movement, muscle mechanics, repetitive motion and low back injuries.
Other courses offered by Globe University Sioux Falls Campus
Notice: The course description on this page was archived statically and not updated from day to day. If you are a school user, please upload your new courses using this form, or you can contact us for data management issues.