USF Health School of Physical Therapy houses cutting edge laboratory

The new Human Functional Performance Laboratory in USF’s School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences features equipment specially designed to assess human movement and function, including the basic functions of walking, balance, range of motion, and endurance.


Nearly 6,000 square feet of space is devoted to the Human Functional Performance Laboratory, which is housed in Rehabilitation Sciences area of the MDT building on the USF campus. Six key areas include muscular strength and endurance, posture and joint assessment, gait, electromyography and advanced musculoskeletal imaging, functional evaluation, applied cardiopulmonary testing, and applied neurosensory testing.


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