Dr Mohammad Al-Amri
My research interests are Virtual Reality based Rehabilitation and Movement Analysis. My ultimate ambition is to translate the research into real-world applications such that the impact of the research could be measured through benefits to users (patients and clinical staff). I am a member of a team of researchers who are evaluating of biomechanics strategies used by patients with Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries during functional tasks and implications for treatment. I contribute in developing and testing whether the novel virtual reality technology can help to ameliorate the ACL condition.
The research team:
- Prof Robert van Deursen
- Dr Paulien Roos
- Dr Kate Button
Previous Research Projects and Research Interests
- 2008 - 2012: “Virtual Reality based Rehabilitation System "
- 2006 – 2007: "Characteristics of Korotkoff Sounds in Athletes and non-Athletes using Higher Order Spectrum Analysis"
- July 2005 – December 2005: “ Development of Biomedical Signal Analysis Techniques)
- 2003: “Computer Based Measuring System”
- Movement Analysis
- Virtual Reality based Rehabilitation
- Virtual Reality based physical exercises
- Gait Rehabilitation techniques
- Biomedical Signal Analysis