Visit us at the 26th Annual Meeting of ESMAC!

Visit us at the 26th Annual Meeting of ESMAC!
Trondheim, Norway
September 6-9

Come learn more about APDM’s Mobility Lab and Moveo Explorer at the European Society for Movement analysis in Adults and Children’s Conference in Trondheim. Mobility Lab is a full-body gait and balance analysis system that provides sensitive, valid, and reliable outcome measures for recording natural movements both in and out of a lab environment. Tested and true, Mobility Lab has been used in research with over 600 different universities all over the globe. Moveo Explorer, APDM’s newest system, builds upon Mobility Lab to provide full-body kinematics with outcome measures for joint range of motion during gait.

The annual ESMAC meeting draws both clinicians and researchers interested in human movement, such as orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, rehabilitation physicians, biomechanical engineers and more. The main clinical topics to be covered are gait/movement disorders, developmental disorders, sports injury prevention and falls/fall prevention. Be sure to ask us about our work with pediatric Cerebral Palsy, fall risk in cancer survivors and physical therapy/rehabilitation.

Both Mobility Lab and Moveo Explorer make it easy to collect, analyze, and store patient data. Attach APDM’s Opal wearable sensors to your subject, and instruct them to perform a standardized test. A gait and balance analysis report (with joint angle data for Moveo Explorer users) is then automatically generated…in less than five minutes!

APDM’s Stephanie Hertzog and James McNames will be providing demonstrations of the standard Mobility Lab and the new Moveo Explorer, assessed and validated for use in joint angle analysis.



El-Gohary, Mahmoud “Using Wearable Inertial Sensors to Track Body Kinematics During Gait”

12:30-14:30 Thursday September 7th

McNames, James “Fall Risk of Community-dwelling Cancer Survivors with Objective Measures of Gait and Balance”

13:00-15:00 Friday September 8th


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