BME 311: Biomechanics
This course includes an introduction to functional and applied anatomy of the musculoskeletal system to create a better understanding of human movement as a mechanical system. A review of current analysis techniques in the field of biomechanics, including 2D and 3D kinematic motion capture and kinetic analysis, will be used to highlight clinical rehabilitation as well as orthopedic device design.
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