Centre for Mobility and Joint Health (MoJo)

Researchers at the new Centre for Mobility and Joint Health (MoJo), located in the Cumming School of Medicine are using state-of-the-art imaging, motion assessment and diagnostic equipment to assess individual bone and joint health on every level.


Movement analysis

About the MoJo

In September 2016 the McCaig Institute's Centre for Mobility and Joint Health (MoJo) officially opened. The new facility will allow researchers to develop new technologies for the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of bone and joint conditions.



Information for researchers and clinicians

Some equipment in the MoJo is only available in one or two other facilities in the world. Key imaging technologies include x-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), ultrasound, high-resolution peripheral quantitative CT (XtremeCT), dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA), dual fluoroscopy and a bi-planar X-ray (EOS).

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Janet Ronsky and research participant

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Patrick Chan participating in research

Current projects in the MoJo

The MoJo is a hub, where physicians, basic scientists, biomedical engineers, patients and the Alberta health system collaborate to keep Albertans moving.

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