What is a Biomechanical Running Assessment?
A biomechanical running assessment involves filming your running technique with a high speed digital camera and analysed in slow-motion to allow our expert physiotherapists to highlight biomechanical errors and in-efficiencies in your running gait. In addition to this our physiotherapists will perform a functional movement analysis; this is a series of movements that highlight mechanical faults that often cause running injuries. From this information we will develop a bespoke rehabilitation program including strength and conditioning, mobility, running cues and running drills. In addition to this we will send you copy of your video to help review your progress and see where you can improve your movement.
Who is the Biomechanical Running Assessment for?
The 'Biomechanical running' assessment is for runners, triathletes and people involved in any sport. We specifically look at runners with niggling injuries, diagnosed injuries and also runners who are simply looking to improve their performance.
For more information please see on common injuries that we see in our biomechanical clinics please see common running injuries.
What does the Biomechanical Running Assessment include?
The Biomechanical Running Assessment includes the following assessments:
- Video Analysis
- Functional Movement Assessment
- Joint and Soft Tissue Assessment
- Strength and Conditioning Programme
- Flexibility Programme
- Warm up / Cool down
- Common Running Injuries
How do I book in for an assessment?
To arrange a biomechanical running assessment with one of the specialist physiotherapists, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Physio.co.uk on 0330 088 7800 today. You can also book appointments online using our online booking system