Fresno State Gait Analysis Movement Evaluation Lab (GAME Lab)
The Gait Analysis Movement Evaluation (GAME) Research Laboratory is a 1050 square foot facility located within the Department of Physical Therapy in the College of Health and Human Services. The laboratory has the capability of performing 3-dimensional motion analysis using a nine-camera Optotrak image capturing system and Kistler force platforms. The software used to process the imaging and force platform data (Visual 3D) provides Real-Time feedback, used for biofeedback training. The laboratory has the capability of measuring muscle activation patterns using the wireless eight channel Noraxon electromyography unit. The laboratory also houses the testing strength isokinetic dynamometer and other basic clinical equipment needed for a standard gait analysis laboratory.
Dr. Bhupinder Singh, PT, PhD has the primary leadership and responsibility to run the GAME lab, however many of the faculty in the Department collaborate on various clinical research projects. The GAME lab employs students from both the Physical Therapy and Kinesiology Departments, working on many different research projects. Three student projects were recently accepted for the annual Physical Therapy Conference in 2016. GAME lab has active collaborations with Valley Children’s Hospital, Department of Kinesiology, Department of Child and Family Services, and Department of Mechanical Engineering.
- Running Clinic
- Amputee Gait
- Cerebral Palsy Gait Evaluation and Clinic
Funded/In Review Grant Activity:
- Chancellor’s Office Research, Scholarship Award, California; Effect of Hip Strengthening on Walking in Unilateral Lower Extremity Amputees; May 2017; Funded $5519
- Provost Faculty Scholarship Office of Provost, California State University, Fresno; Effect of Fitness and Obesity on Functional Activities in Adult Females; May 2017; Funded $5519
- Chancellor’s Office Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Award; Three-Dimensional Real-Time Analysis of Common Rehabilitation Exercises in Children and Adults; March 2016; Funded $5149
- Provost's Faculty Scholarship Support Program; Examining Cause and Effect Relationships in Obese Individuals; April 2016; Funded $5149
- Faculty Research and Creative Activity Support Funds; Proximal Hip Musculature Strengthening in Unilateral Lower Extremity Amputee’s; Faculty Research and Creative Activity Support Funds; August 2015; Funded $1300
- Provost's Faculty Scholarship Support Program; Tremor Suppression and Rehabilitation for Human Upper Extremities; July 2015; Funded $5000
- Provost's Faculty Scholarship Support Program; Three-Dimensional Real-Time Analysis of Common Rehabilitation Exercises in Children and Adults; May 2015; Funded $4750
- Faculty Research and Creative Activity Support Funds; August 2014; Funded $1300
- Chancellor’s Office Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Award; Childhood Weight Management- In Person Education Program for Patients and their Parents; August 2014; Funded $5068
- Research Infrastructure in Minority Institution Grant; Biomechanical Loads Increase During Common Rehabilitation Exercises In Obese Individuals; January 2014; Funded $6000
Amptuee Gait Clinic
Gait clinic helps local amputees find balance, for more information click the link below.
For more information, please contact the GAME Lab Director
Bhupinder Singh, PT, PhD