Rehabilitation After Central Nervous System Trauma.
Skandia International Symposia, Stockholm, Sept. 25-27, 1973 1974:139-160
Ergometry, electrogoniometry, and electromyography are shown to be combined to produce a biomechanical profile for the objective assessment of motor aptitudes and skills in healthy workers and rehabilitees suffering from disabilities of musculo-skeletal disorders. Techniques are presented for development of biomechanical profiles and fatigue measurement, and biomechanical profiles of industrial elements and hand tools.
NIOSH-Grant; Ergonomics; Human-factors; Biomechanics; Central-nervous-system-disorders; Skeletal-disorders; Muscle-disorders;
Rehabilitation Medicine New York University Med Ctr 400 East 34 Street New York, N Y 10016
Skandia International Symposia, Stockholm, Sept. 25-27, 1973
New York University, New York, New York