Technologies for biomechanical assessment

At the Instituto de Biomecánica (IBV) we take the scientific knowledge we gain by studying and analysing human functions and turn it into solutions to measure biomechanical variables, thus enabling a variety of problems associated with the study of human motion to be analysed.

These technologies have been adapted to the needs of healthcare professionals involved in managing pathologies affecting the locomotor system, as well as specialists in the evaluation of bodily damage, rehabilitation, traumatology, sports medicine and otorhinolaryngology. Our technologies’ level of versatility and open configuration have made them the gold standard in research fields related to biomechanics in medicine, sports and the workplace.

Our solutions consist of software and a combination of dynamic and kinematic recording techniques that enable a complete evaluation laboratory to be set up.

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Our biomechanical evaluation applications are the result of combining protocols for measurements, biomechanical variables that classify the population as normal or pathological, expert information analysis systems, and indices made up of clinical evaluation criteria.

Our organisation is licensed by AEMPS as a manufacturer of medical devices with no. 5098-PS for the products NedLumbar/IBV, NedMano/IBV, NedCervical/IBV, NedRodilla/IBV, NedHombro/IBV, NedCodo/IBV, NedSVE/IBV, eValanz System, NedRangos/IBV and NedAMHPlus/IBV.

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Software to assist specialists in evaluating lower back pain.


Software to assist specialists with evaluations in studying three of the functions of the hand: gripping, distal pinch and lateral pinch


Software to assist specialists in a functional evaluation of the cervical spine based on a kinematic study of its mobility.


Software to assist specialists in a functional evaluation of the knee and lower limb.


Software to assist specialists in evaluating painful shoulder pathology.


Software to assist specialists in the evaluation of the elbow joint by recording and analysing various gestures.


Software to assist specialists in analysing, re-educating and monitoring balance disorders with easily understandable graphic results.

eValanz System

Software to assist specialists in evaluating and rehabilitating patients with balance disorders.


Software to implement a method for evaluating work capacity that enables possible discrepancies to be identified objectively between a job’s physical requirements and the worker’s physical capacities.


Software to assist specialists in evaluating the range of joint movements. This software enables evaluations to be made of the upper limb, lower limb and spine.


Software to assist specialists in evaluating the capacity and regularity of gait by comparing it with normal patterns.


Agile and simple software to analyse agile and simple human motions. Based on open protocols and especially designed for research and analysis of human functions.

Fotografía de unas piernas de mujer deportista realizando una medición con la aplicación NedRodilla
Recording techniques

The recording techniques are based on three-dimensional photogrammetry, dynamometric platforms and other instrumental techniques.


Measurement system based on dynamometric platforms, designed to record and analyse the reaction forces and motions made by a patient on the floor during any type of human activity. The Dinascan/IBV system is available in the P600 and Z14 models.


A system to analyse motions automatically and in real time, especially designed to record human motions and carry out a kinematic analysis of them.


Hand dynamometer that records muscle strength and loss of strength associated with the gestures of gripping, lateral pinch and distal pinch.


Universal dynamometer that records the muscle strength and loss of strength of the different muscle groups in the upper and lower limb.


Miniature electronic dual inclinometry system for recording mobility limitations and ankylosis of the cervical, dorsal and lumbar regions of the spine.


Multifunctional electronic goniometry system to record the ranges of motion for the joints of the fingers, wrist, elbow, shoulder, toes, ankle, knee and hip.


Inertial sensors system to analyse motions automatically and in real time.