A Biomechanical Assessment looks closely at your body’s movement, structure and mechanics. When conducted by a Podiatrist, the foot/ankle complex is the basis of assessment. This is an important assessment which can help us explore your pathology, reduce injury risk, or assist your orthotic prescription process.
A thorough, well conducted assessment is integral in creating an individual management plan. Components of a Biomechanical assessment may assess your:
– Activity/injury history
– Joint Range of Motion
– Strength & Proprioception
– Functional Movement
– Gait/running Analysis
– Footwear check
Nothing scary or painful, but you may work up a sweat! So come in some comfy active clothing and your favourite sports shoes. If you’re interested in our Biomechanical assessment, contact Podology Podiatry today!