Treatment of foot and leg pain- A Biomechanical assessment using the latest technology to resolve pain

By: Foot Mechanics  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Heel Pain, Biomechanical Assessment

Treatment of foot and leg pain- A Biomechanical assessment using the latest technology to resolve pain

GaitScan is a? biomechanical assessment ??that uses up-to-date podiatric knowledge ?w?i?t?h??l?e?a?d?i?n?g??t?e?c?h?n?o?l?o?g?y? to assess/identify the underlying causes of common foot problems.  

? ?G?a?i?r?t??S?c?a?n???includes a non weight bearing assessment of joint range of movement,muscle testing, a static assessment of your posture, walking and/or running gait analysis using digital video equipment to allow in-depth study of any abnormalities found and plantar pressure measurement to allow the Podiatrist to actually see the forces under your feet as you stand and walk, or run. A footwear assessment is also included. After the assessment, a treatment plan is then given and often includes the use of or a shoe recommendation.

A Biomechanical Assessment is required for:

  • Knee Pain
  • Shin Pain
  • Ankle Pain
  • Achilles Pain
  • Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
  • Arch Pain
  • Forefoot Pain
  • We focus on biomechanical assessment, investing in knowledge, and technology that improves our clinical skills in this speciality.

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Keywords: Biomechanical Assessment, Heel Pain

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