By understanding how your body moves and what your limitations are, whatever your sport, we aim to deliver the highest quality of care with a view to raising your game.
What is Biomechanical Analysis?
Biomechanics focuses on the motion of the human body and is intended to prevent injuries. For athletes, it’s an essential part of keeping the body in good shape and reducing the risk of an injury.
Less experienced athletes will be the ones who benefit most from biomechanical analysis. Our physiotherapists will analyse your training regime and determine what you do that leaves you susceptible to injuries. It is an excellent way of educating yourself about your body and developing a better and safer training regime.
What does Biomechanical Analysis Do?
Using state-of-the-art technology, our biomechanical analysis will:
– Study your running style: we can tell you exactly what your running technique is and which kind of running shoe would suit you the most. We can also show you where you display joint stiffness, which may cause you injury if not addressed.
– Study your gait: your walking pattern may be leaving you vulnerable to injuries, especially if you are just starting to run regularly. Our analysis can pinpoint abnormalities in your walking pattern, which may cause stress on other parts of your body.
Our physiotherapists are experts in analysing the biomechanics of your body. They will be able to recommend the right treatment and appropriate changes to your lifestyle to improve your athletic performance.
Regardless of your chosen sport, biomechanical analysis can provide you with the support and knowledge you need to get the most out of your body. We treat athletes in the following fields:
Our analysis can show you exactly what is causing your weakness/pain in those key areas of your body.
Do I Need Biomechanical Analysis?
Studying the way your body moves is essential for experienced and amateur athletes alike. Biomechanical analysis can quickly identify any posture-related issues and provide you with the a solution for your aches and pains.
You should consider this treatment if:
– You are experiencing repeated knee pain or lower back pain
– You are experiencing recurring shin splints or lower limb pain
– You have difficulties with posture when walking or running
– You have osteoarthritis
– You wish to improve your performance in your chosen sport
How do I Book an Appointment?
It’s simple to get an appointment at one of our London or Hertfordshire clinics; just fill out a contact form or call us, and we’ll arrange a consultation with one of our specialists. Whether you’re a member with us or not, we will be able to provide you with the analysis you need.
If you are an athlete services team member you can receive significant discount on the costs of your X-rays as well as other diagnostic testing. If you book your appointment through your athlete services manager they will advise you on what your membership entitles you to. Please remember to state your name and your Athlete number when you arrange this.