Biomechanical assessment - Paul Miller Podiatry
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Biomechanical assessment

Biomechanical assessment

 

The aim of the exercise is to find the cause of pain or optimise the efficiency of your body. Sometimes the function of one part of the body may lead to problems in another, such as neck and back pain caused by the way we walk.

 

We start by listening to the patients concerns and by taking a medical and activity history. Static and dynamic measurements are taken to assess the flexibility, range of motion and joint positions relative to other structures. We combine this with observing walking patterns in both upper and lower body from differing angles and of course check the wear on your shoes.

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