The facilities associated with Allied health teaching and research include:
New expanded laboratory areas for increased teaching capacity
State of the art motion capture and movement analysis system
Telemed Ultra Sound system, GE Venue US machine
Novel GmBh - EMED platform and Pedar in-shoe plantar pressure system
Human Movement Research Laboratory, Biodex and in-ground force plate
Two state-of-the-art non-invasive brain stimulation laboratories linked to the Brain and Neuroplasticity Unit (BRAiN-u) that include transcranial magnetic stimulation, transcranial direct current stimulation, electroencephalography (EEG), EMG, electrical stimulation and neuronavigation.
Contemporary state-of-the-art equipment reflective of modern Paramedicine teaching and learning requirements
Low back pain screening as part of the UPWARD study in the Uniclinic
The Human Sciences Technical Team provides support for teaching and research needs within the facility, and for community engagement activities within the School.