Workshop on Biomechanical Analysis of Sport Motion (Mar 18th 2017)

July 24, 2017


  • To equip health care professionals with the knowledge of advanced human movement analysis with a user-friendly software
  • Address the pathomechanical relations and interpretation

Resource Person: Mathew Sunil Varre, M.S

Target Audience

Health care professionals and students interested / working in the area of biomechanical analysis of patients and athletes (orthopaedic surgeons, Mechanical engineers, Biomedical engineers, Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists, Biomechanists, Podiatrists, Exercise scientists)

Workshop Contents

  • Introduction to human movement sciences
  • Equipment requirement and setup
  • Practical application of kinematic analysis in
    • Walking and Running
    • Fundamental movements – Squat, jump, Landing
  • Demo and supervised practice of software
  • Data analysis – Group discussion


Understand and perform two-dimensional analysis of human movements in sport

A representative illustration of lower extremity joint movement analysis of a male runner during treadmill running using Kinovea