The current area of his scientific activity is the search for connections between human movement and health. As part of its research grant activities, it currently connects several scientific disciplines and thus applies a multidisciplinary approach in the search for health determinants or risk factors for diseases of the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. From a regional perspective, it helps the post-industrial region to understand whether physical activity in a polluted environment can affect the health of both active and sedentary individuals. In the past, he has solved projects focused specifically on the biomechanics of running in athletes after the Achilles tendon rupture. Together with his colleagues, for example, he deals with the type of tread or the potential change in the mechanics of running in such injured runners. His research group also deals with the biomechanics of children’s running, the influence of the type of tread on sports performance or the relationship between the mechanical properties of soft tissues and the skeletal system and the risk of injury during running. It is also newly developing a research group that deals with the relationship between biomechanics in basic locomotion and quantitative parameters of cartilage, tendons and ligaments measured non-invasively using magnetic resonance imaging.