Spine Biomechanics

Chronic low back pain is a significant public health problem in industrialized society. The intact spine carries the upper body and external loads, allows motion in a physiological range and protects the spinal cord. These different demands necessitate a high degree of complexity with various sources for disorders and pain. The Julius Wolff Institute conducts research in order to counter pain causes and to further optimize the pain treatment.

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Awards

  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    Monitoring the load on a telemeterised vertebral body replacement for a period of up to 65 months


    Georg-Schmorl Prize of the German Spine Societies (DWG)

    2013;

    Rohlmann, Antonius
  • Marcel Dreischarf received for

    Influence of a vertebral misalignment after total disc replacement on facet joint forces, capsule tensile forces and clinical outcome


    ESB Clinical Biomechanics Award of the European Society of Biomechanics

    2013;

    Dreischarf, Marcel
  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    Loads on a spinal implant measured in vivo during whole-body vibration


    GRAMMER European Spine Journal Award of The European Spine Journal

    2010;

    Rohlmann, Antonius
  • Dr. Toni Rohlmann received for

    Einfluss der Höhenänderung einer Bandscheibe im Laufe des Tages auf die Kräfte im Facettengelenk


    3rd Poster Prize at the German Spine Society

    2008;

    Rohlmann, Antonius
  • Hendrik Schmidt

    Bestimmung des biomechanischen Verhaltens eines neuen bewegungserhaltenden Bandscheibenimplantats


    Best Talk at the Deutsche Wirbelsäulengesellschaft

    2008;

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  • In-vivo-Belastung eines Wirbelkörperersatzes bei verschiedenen Körperpositionen


    Best Talk at the Deutsche Wirbelsäulengesellschaft

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  • Hendrik Schmidt received for

    Instantaneous axis of rotation of a L4-5 segment under simple and complex load situations - A three dimensional finite element


    Young Researcher Award at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biomechanik

    2007;

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  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    In-vivo Belastung eines Implantats zum Ersatz eines Wirbelkörpers


    Poster Award at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biomechanik

    2007;

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  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    Effect of a Posterior Dynamic Implant on the Mechanical Behavior of the Lumbar Spine


    3rd Poster Award at the First International Congress of Innovations in Musculoskeletal Surgery

    2007;

    Rohlmann, Antonius
  • H.J. Wilke received for

    A novel approach to determine trunk muscle forces during flexion and extension - A comparison of data from an in vitro experiment and in vivo measurements


    ISSLS Prize at the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spin

    2003;

  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    Monitoring of In-Vivo Implant Loads Using a Telemeterized Internal Spinal Fixation Device


    Volvo Award 2000 in the field Biomechanics at the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine

    2000;

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  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    Loads on internal spinal fixators measured in different body positions


    Basic Science Award at the Spine Society of Europe

    1999;

    Rohlmann, Antonius
  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    In Vitro Measurements of the Loads in an Instrumented Spinal Fixation Device


    ESB Poster Award 1994 by the European Society of Biomechanics

    1994;

    Rohlmann, Antonius
  • Toni Rohlmann received for

    In Vitro Measurements of the Loads in an Instrumented Spinal Fixation Device


    First Poster Prize at the 2nd World Congress of Biomechanics

    1994;

    Rohlmann, Antonius