Biomechanical Analyses

Biomechanical analyses experts with locations in Las Vegas, Nevada and San Diego, California.
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Biomechanics involves the application of mechanical engineering principles to the human body. Simply stated, biomechanical engineers study and evaluate the effect of physical forces on the human body. Mechanical properties of human tissue and the musculoskeletal system are incorporated to quantify failure levels and mechanisms of injury.
  • Analysis of occupant kinematics and applied forces in low speed rear-end, lateral, sideswipe,and frontal motor vehicle accidents
  • Comparison of low speed rear-end accidents to forces experienced in activities of everyday living
  • Analysis of occupant kinematics and applied forces in high speed accidents
  • Injury mechanism analysis (i.e., Could the alleged injury occur given the magnitude and direction of applied force/forces?)
  • Diffuse Axonal Injury (DAI) analysis and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) analysis
  • Thoracic Trauma Injury and Lower Extremity Injury analysis
  • Rollover ejection analysis
  • Human Ambulation Analysis
  • Biomechanical analyses of all types of human motion and impact dynamics