When we use the term 'biomechanics' we are describing the way our joints and muscles work and move together.
The bodies natural biomechanical movement can sometimes be altered through long term injury, repetitive movements or by increasing a training program.
A biomechanical assessment is a fundamental tool in determining the mechanical reason for your injury, or indeed looking for weakness or issues as a prevention to injury. During your assessment we will go through your history, check your body alignment, range of motion and a foot assessment. A dynamic assessment will allow our therapist to fully assess whether your posture or current movement patterns are causing an imbalance in your muscles and joints.
Once the assessment is complete a tailor made rehabilitation programme will be devised to correct any issues that have been highlighted.
A body with the correct biomechanical movement will be stronger, faster and certainly less injury prone.