Running & gait analysis

Our Running Analysis Lab is designed to give you more information on the way that you run.

Running & gait analysis

Does pain stop you running?

Do you suffer from recurring running related injuries?

Do you have pain when you run, but continue to run anyway?

Stretching and strength training alone will help clear many injuries, but if your gait style aggravates your injury, you need more. We offer slow motion video analysis of your running form and gait and running retraining with a Chartered Physiotherapist.

Up to 80% of runners will suffer from a running related injury in any given year.

Our Running Analysis Lab is designed to give you more information on the way that you run, and how your style of running may be contributing to persistent injury. That way, your rehab programme can include practical running drills targeted to improving your running style, as well as strengthening or flexibility work.

Our goal is to get you back running, without pain, as quickly as possible. Now that we can provide you with an even more thorough assessment, no stone will be left unturned in getting you back out there.

So, what's involved?

  • Expert physical assessment of pelvic control, joint mobility, stability and flexibility
  • Thorough, slow motion video analysis of your running form and style of gait
  • Specific, practical drills and cues to immediately improve your running form
  • Targeted exercises to correct areas of weakness and dysfunction identified
  • Personalised video, with specific drills, cues and exercises to correct identified flaws and imbalances

Take control of your running injury, understand why it recurs, and learn how to improve your running gait to get back to painfree running!

Back pain

Spinal pain, especially neck pain and lower back pain are very common. We successfully treat spinal pain every day and can help you get back to full function.

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We aim to quickly reduce your pain, resolve your injury and rectify any dysfunction that injury may have caused.

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If you have pain in your back or in your lower limbs, we will always look at your alignment and your feet.

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Dry needling

The aim of Trigger Point Dry Needling is to reduce muscle pain and dysfunction by releasing oversensitive areas in the muscle known as myofascial trigger points.

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Golf Assessment

Struggling with the physical part of your golf game? Unsure what to do to improve? You are not alone!

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Clinical Pilates

We offer classes to suit all ages and ability levels!

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The aim of Physiotherapy is to reduce the symptoms, speed up recovery and prevent reoccurrence.

Physiotherapy treatment may include:

  • Manipulation of your joints
  • Mobilisation of soft tissues
  • Acupuncture
  • Advice on use of heat or ice
  • Postural / Ergonomic advice
  • Dry needling / Acupuncture
  • Exercise and movement plan