It specifically utilizes the laws of physics and concepts relevant to both engineering and medicine to describe human motion and those forces acting upon limbs, joints, and vital organs. The science historically has provided valuable applications in cardiovascular and respiratory medicine, orthopedics, industrial and rehabilitative medicine, automotive medicine, sports medicine, cellular mechanics, injury mechanisms related to human acceleration and/or impact trauma, and sports protective equipment.
Our biomechanical consultant specializes in injury mechanics and causation relating to impacts. He has additional expertise in orthopedic and industrial biomechanics with specific expertise in analyzing injuries related to high- and low-speed motor vehicle impacts; occupational injuries; lifting, pushing and pulling injuries; slip, trip and fall injuries; and injuries related to sports and sports equipment. He has also provided biomechanical consultation in criminal courts on matters pertaining to murder, manslaughter, child and elder abuse, assault, police brutality, and traumatic brain injury.
We provide our clients with convincing science, and we communicate that science effectively to diverse target audiences.
For more information on the biomechanical services we provide, please contact us and see how National Forensic Consultants can assist you.