When & Where
October 7th & 8th, 2022
ASU Sun Devil Fitness Complex Downtown
350 North 1st Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85003
The Sun Devil Fitness Complex at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix location is a five-story, sustainable structure that features state-of-the-art weight and fitness, three multi-purpose studios for group fitness and mind/body classes, a two-court gymnasium, a rooftop outdoor leisure pool and a multi-purpose area for student clubs to utilize.
The Noraxon User Meeting is a unique event that features hands-on workshops and guest lecture sessions to help you expand your expertise in operating your Noraxon system, developing testing protocols, and interpreting biomechanical data. Each session is taught by a long-time Noraxon user or technical support specialist. This is an important event that supports collaboration and networking between all attendees and interaction with the Noraxon team.
The Noraxon User Group Meeting is a FREE event for Software Maintenance Subscribers. As a subscriber, you’re entitled to 2 free entries to the meeting. Please reach out to email@example.com for the promo code or for any assistance in registering.
If you are not a Software Maintenance Subscriber, the User Group Meeting is $195.00 per ticket.
Meeting schedule subject to change.
Anyone using or interested in using Noraxon equipment. This event brings together subject matter experts, researchers, clinicians, ergonomists, and technicians.
Featured Guest Lectures:
• “Jump Analysis for Athlete Monitoring and Rehabilitation” – Matt Jordan
• “Integrating Technology in Clinical Gait Analysis” – Phil Page
• “Understanding Rotation: A Clinician’s Guide to Impacting the Kinematic Sequence” – Carter Hoffman
• “Breaking Down Balance and the Rehabilitation Process” – Nick Studholme
• “Jump Analysis with Force Plates” – Matt Jordan
• “Analyzing Exercise Prescription with Surface EMG” – Phil Page
• “Getting More Out of Markers: Automated Range of Motion Analysis Using the Marker Menu and Period Definition Tools in MR3” – Lindsey Hennington
• “Evaluating Balance and Stability with a Pressure Plate” – Nick Studholme
• “Analyzing the Kinematic Sequence of Overhead Throwing with Ultium Motion” – Carter Hoffman
• “Happy Hardware: Tips for a Successful Data Capture” – Zach Scarano