The movement laboratory
The movement laboratory offers means of observation and examination of movements and functions related to physiotherapy
The movement laboratory offers a range of themes and possibilities in relation to observe and examine movements and functions. In the laboratory it is possible to measure, make experiments, practice, and train, intervene and make research in human movements and functions.
The aim of the laboratory is to facilitate the learning and development in relation to the physiotherapy degree programme in Aalborg and to support the development of the profession and the education generally in relation to innovation, development, learning and research and evidence based practice.
The movement laboratory is a room for educational activities, problem based learning, creative skills development, innovative competency development, research based on a wide range of research philosophical traditions - a room for developmental processes in physiotherapy theory and practice.
The movement laboratory consists of one big room that can be sub-divided by flexible doors. The laboratory contains 4 sectors where you can work on theory, practice and research in different physiotherapy topics:
Measure of reaction power
Muscle power testing
Examination of balance
Mirror neuronal facilitation
Measurement of velocity
Movement pattern analysis
Lars Henrik Larsen
Lecture and PhD student