Native joint kinematics

Articulations in the human body are characterized by permitting movement of adjacent bones with a varying degree. A well-functioning freely movable joint depend on bony support, but also soft tissue structures to ensure normal joint kinematics.

Joint kinematics during movement of the human body are complex in freely movable joints, but dynamic radiostereometry allow us to perform precise analysis of joint kinematics during movement and describe normal values and variation. 

AutoRSA analysis depending on computer tomography-based models further allow the AutoRSA research group to perform non-invasive examinations of any human joint.