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Postcard from Lodz:
Academic Laboratory of Movement and Human Physical Performance
Medical University of Lodz
DynamoLab, Academic Laboratory of Movement and Human Physical Performance is located in the heart of Poland.
Its activity started on December 2011, creating the room in the new and modern structure of the educational center of the Medical University of Lodz. The facility was built with funding from the European Union.
The DynamoLab laboratory developed on an area of over 175 mq hosts advanced equipment that can operate independently one from the other as stand-alone units or, depending on the customer’s needs, can work combined.
Users of the center can find everything they need to undergo accurate analysis in a single structure and qualified staff that follows them both for the execution of the tests and for the creation of reports at the end of the examinations, thus eliminating possible problems of interpretation.
Thanks to the constant interdisciplinary work among the various members of the group (doctors, physiotherapists, biomedical engineers), our clients always receive a detailed description of what is accomplished in the laboratory and the support of professional staff at any time.
Our activity, being a university laboratory, is divided in two main branches: educational and research.
In educational, thanks to university courses, we try every year to teach the benefit of motion analysis as a tool to perform patient objective evaluation to future doctors and bioengineers of the Polytechnic of Lodz, both in clinical and sport field.
In research area we collaborate with other university departments to which we provide support for activities in various fields, such as genetics, or sports clubs that are constantly trying to improve the level of preparation that find in us the ideal partner for that. Being an independent laboratory of the Medicine University of Lodz allows us to not restrict the scope to a single disease or category of sport, but to be flexible depending on the requirements.
In this way, for us, every project is a new challenge and motivates us to improve ourselves at the best in the new field in which we’re going to operate: in just two years we have worked with sports clubs of various kinds, ballet schools, departments of neurosurgery, physiology, intensive care, and others.
The relationship with BTS until today, proved to be solid not only from the technical point of view but also for the educational aspects. For each our request there ‘s always been a quick response from them.
With all sincerity, I think BTS is a solid company that cares about its customers and that did address the demands of a constantly evolving market by providing new products for new clinical and sport needs.”
Gianluca Padula – Biomedical Engineer, PhD, Lab director
Piotr Kosieslki – Medical Doctor
Magdalena Fronczek, Wojciechowska – Physiotherapist, PhD
Karolina Kopacz – Physiotherapist, PhD
Pawel Meissner – Technical Assistant