The department of Human Movement Sciences performs research covering a broad spectrum of fundamental and applied work in human movement. The research is multidisciplinary; we combine physiology, psychology, mathematics and (bio) mechanics, and have an integrative and translational approach. Our research is mainly experimental, and focuses on the movement of man in relation to his surroundings and to the musculoskeletal system. This is to examine both the normal and the pathological functioning. In addition to the fundamental research we do research that focuses on the application of the knowledge we obtained, with the aim of optimizing mobility in for example sport and rehabilitation. Our research is largely funded by parties outside the university, such as NWO, STW, EU, and charities.
FreeSense ontwikkeld draadloze sensoroplossingen en wearables voor sport, werk en care
Podotherapie praktijk, innovaties in de sport en gezondheidszorg.
Versnellen van innovatie van de hardloopervaring, door middel van Meetups, als middel voor kennisontwikkeling en kennisdeling.
ProCare streeft ernaar om duurzame en innovatieve oplossingen te leveren aan bedrijven en organisaties in de zorg en de sport. We hopen hiermee te bereiken dat ieder individu, van de revaliderende sporter tot de 65-plusser die graag actief blijft, het maximale uit zichzelf kan halen.
Ever since Freerk Lode manufactured the first electro-magnetic cycle ergometer in 1952, accuracy, reliability and durability have been fundamental for further developments. Having started years ago in the small market of cardiology and pulmonary function, Lode BV has become a specialist in the complete spectrum of medical ergometry. Lode is world renowned as a manufacturer of high quality ergometers and the Lode brand stands for accuracy, durability and ergonomic design. The Lode product range varies from bicycle ergometers and treadmills to recumbent, arm and supine ergometers and ergometry software.