The Difference Here and Now: The IML research attracts top healthcare professionals and insures the availability of cutting edge therapy and technology to local residents. Our world-class engineers and clinicians work to provide more effective and to improve devices and therapies for degenerative conditions.

What differentiates The IML Foundation from others is that we support research, patient education, medical technology and professional development. The best surgeons hunger for research. Orthopedic surgeons interested in research are frequently those on the edge of mobility solutions.

Through grants, research programs and fellowships, leading Engineers engage at the highest level of technology. In partnership with exceptional research development schools the IML Engineers test the latest designs and medical technology.

  • Evaluation of treatment modalities
  • Testing of new medical technologies
  • Pre and post implant analysis
  • Human mobility programs

Collaborative Efforts: Having achieved a national and international reputation for excellence, The Institute for Mobility and Longevity research efforts are sought by a wide variety of groups and organizations. Universities, hospitals, medical foundations, private industry and other physicians throughout the world have partnered with us to purse the scientific process necessary to advance our mission.

Healthcare: The IML works with medical facilities, adult nursing and assisted living care centers and in-home care programs. Through the Affordable Healthcare Act, we have seen a great transformation of healthcare in America. Focus is provided on helping our aging population remain active and thus live longer.

Good Neighbor: The Institute for Mobility and Longevity works closely with patient home healthcare systems to improve the process and train their specialists. We understand the structures, including ACCESS and engage with research and technology. The IML works inside the system to train those in FQAC providing education and resources. On-going studies include a three-part evaluation.

  1. On-site at the Assisted Living / Skilled Nursing / Active Adult facilities
  2. Clinical studies developed and monitored at the ASU School of Engeering
  3. Dual location evaluation for controlled studies and “real life” environments