Biomechanical Assessments & Orthotics
Love sports, but worried about injuries?
Troubled by recurring foot pain, knee pain or back pain?
A biomechanical assessment can help you get more out of life.
If you’re affected by issues such as foot pain, ankle pain or back pain, a biomechanical assessment could benefit you. A biomechanical assessment allows us to understand the impact of forces and stress on a person’s body. It can also help prevent the problems caused by sports and other physical activities. Contact us to book your appointment now.
How could a biomechanical assessment help you?
Do you enjoy sports or keeping fit, but worry about sustaining an injury? Are you affected by issues such as lower back strain, flat feet, arch and metatarsal pain or leg pain? A biomechanical assessment can help you stay at your best, however active you choose to be!
At We Fix Feet, we focus on finding a treatment which lets you get on with your life. With the right professional orthotics support provided by our qualified and experienced Podiatrists / Chiropodists, you could be back doing the activities you enjoy sooner than you think! We offer biomechanical assessment and orthotics appointments at convenient times at our foot care clinics in Beeston – Nottinghamshire and Sheffield – South Yorkshire. We can help you look forward to freedom from: lower limb aches and pains, runner’s knee, heel pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Metatarsalgia, foot pain, ankle pain, back pain, neck pain and other issues.
What will happen at my biomechanical assessment at We Fix Feet?
Your biomechanical assessment will be completed by our Degree-qualified Allied Health Professionals. Your appointment will usually take around 90 minutes. At your appointment, we’ll spend time finding out about you and your lifestyle to allow us to find the right solution for your issue. We’ll also look closely at areas such as your muscle strength, the range-of-motion you have in your lower limb joints and other issues. Your biomechanical assessment will mainly focus on your hip, knee and ankle joints and may include gait analysis, using the latest technology.
We’ll create a treatment plan that’s right for you
We’ll use all this information to create a treatment plan which matches you and your lifestyle. If your condition is caused by a mechanical imbalance of a joint, our clinicians may prescribe orthotics. Orthotics are devices designed to improve the way in which joints are aligned and take the form of shoe inserts or custom-made insoles. We focus on what our clients need, which is why we offer biomechanical assessment/orthotics appointments at convenient times at our Chiropody/Podiatry and Foot Healthcare clinics in Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire.