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What is the joint and soft tissue assessment?



The joint and soft tissue assessment is an in-depth objective assessment of the range of movement and strength of the major joints and tissues involved in running. In addition to this our physiotherapists will specifically look at any injuries that you may be suffering from and provide you with a diagnosis for the issue.


Why do I need a joint and soft tissue assessment to look at my running injury?



This aspect of the battery of assessments involved in the Running Biomechanics Assessment gives our specialised physiotherapists the opportunity to provide you with a diagnosis of your pain. In addition to this it also provides in-depth information on tissue stiffness or weakness. From this information we will tailor a rehabilitation program to get you back running pain free.


What is the difference between a joint and soft tissue assessment and a general physiotherapy assessment?



There is no difference between this and standard physiotherapy assessment you would receive from our specialists. However, the assessment is combined with information gathered from your video analysis and FMA to provide you with a bespoke running rehabilitation program. The joint and soft tissue assessment will also be tailored to runner perspective; this has been developed through our extensive experience with treating runners of all levels.


How do I book in for an assessment?



To book a biomechanical running assessment with one of the specialist physiotherapists, please call Physio.co.uk on 0330 088 7800 today. You can also book appointments online using our online booking system


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