It allows the patient to be objectively measured during their recovery and improvement process, as well as to carry out an objective follow-up of the patient, to assess the appropriate treatment and its effects on improving health.


Either at the amateur or elite level, biomechanics play a critical role in injury prevention and performance enhancement. Using technology and biomechanical analysis methods, it is possible to quantify the return to sports activity or action plans to achieve an improvement in performance based on objective data.


Biomechanical analysis in the work environment is an indispensable tool for reducing chronic injuries and sick leave. Thanks to the use of technology, ergonomic risks can be quantified in real time and the worker’s environment, as well as validating and studying the implementation of plans and aids that allow reducing the risk of injury.


At biomech we understand that research work is the engine for the generation of new knowledge. For this reason, the use of biomechanical technology allows a wide range of studies to be carried out in all types of conditions, all based on validated technology and with the reliability necessary for the development of research projects.


Knowledge transfer is a key point in the expansion of biomechanical analysis. For this reason, at biomech we offer consulting services to guide and support the development of any type of study and project related to biomechanics.


Biomechanics training is one of our fundamental pillars. At biomech we like to be part of the development of knowledge and innovation in biomechanics, training professionals from different sectors in biomechanics. For this reason, we are organizers of the 1st Official Master’s Degree in Sports Biomechanics in Spain (Link to the website).