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Clinical Biomechanics is an international multidisciplinary journal of musculoskeletal biomechanics.

The science of biomechanics helps explain the causes of musculoskeletal disorders and provides assistance to the clinician in the evaluation of treatment methods. Clinical Biomechanics aims to strengthen the link between clinic and laboratory by publishing biomechanics research which helps to explain the causes of musculoskeletal disorders and which provides knowledge contributing to improved clinical management.

A peer review system is employed and every attempt is made to process and publish papers promptly.

Clinical Biomechanics explores all facets of musculoskeletal biomechanics with an emphasis on clinical management. The role of basic, as well as medical, science is recognized in a clinical context. The readership of the journal closely reflects its contents, being a balance of scientists, engineers and clinicians.

The contents are in the form of research papers, brief reports, review papers and correspondence, whilst special interest issues and supplements are published from time to time.

Disciplines covered include orthopaedic and sports biomechanics, bioengineering, biophysics, ergonomics, kinetics, clinical science, physical therapeutics and rehabilitation.

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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    1 Feb at 9:21 pm
    Check out our new biomechanics podcast, BOOM. The first two episodes feature interviews on unconventional biomechanics, open science, and National Biomechanics Day! What would you like to learn about next?

    https://soundcloud.com/biomechanics-on-our-minds
  • International Society of Biomechanics
    28 Nov at 4:36 am
    Abstract deadline for the 8th World Congress on Biomechanics is coming up on December 19th. Looking forward to learning about the latest biomechanics in Dublin!

    http://wcb2018.com/
  • Wayne Rowley
    26 Nov at 5:49 pm
    Triceps pressdown and huge lat activation and development. If you have time, or anyone else please, looking for views on the biomechanical actions of the lats in the triceps pressdowns. As of the last 2 years have a new pressdown in my gym, and noticed the extreme pump in the lats in this exercise, and so development.

    Wayne

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