Journal d'imagerie biomédicale et de bio-ingénierie


The science of motion and exploring the fascinating field of biomechanics

Julie Forsyth

Biomechanics is the scientific study of the mechanical aspects of living organisms, especially the human body. It involves the analysis of movement, forces, and energy transfer during physical activities such as walking, running, jumping, and lifting. Biomechanics plays a critical role in the development of sports equipment, prosthetic devices, and rehabilitation programs, as well as in the understanding of injury mechanisms and prevention.