Foot pain Ankle pain Knee pain

Foot Pain Ankle Pain Knee Pain

Foot pain ankle pain or knee pain can be the result of your posture. Have you ever considered how a biomechanical assessment could help uncover the root cause of your pain or discomfort?

We take on average 10 000 steps a day – over months and years this can cause pain when our bodies’ are not working at its best. You may have lost some of your initial strength over the years or you may have had an injury at some point. this may have caused you to walk differently for a time. This becomes a habit, even when the pain has gone. These changes increase strain on our bodies and eventually we get pain, sometimes in an entirely different place. It could be the knee or lower back, or the foot or ankle.

A Biomechanical Assessment

You can book a bio-mechanical assessment; this one hour assessment will look at the way you walk (with a slow motion camera) and a check for muscle function and your joint range of motion of the entire lower limbs including your hips and pelvis, feet and ankles! We look at muscle function and strength and timing of your body movements with slow motion capture video analysis. This will enable us to assess where in the body movements can be changed or slightly modified. Whether you have a running injury or want to improve your running or have another type of lower limb pain we will be happy to see you at the clinic.

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lower limb pain causes identified with gait analysis

The pictures below show some of the areas that may be painful and some of the most common imbalances in the body. Here at Lewisham Foot Health we take your pain or discomfort seriously. Whether it is foot pain, knee or lower back pain.

We will then issue you with a diagnosis and a treatment plan.

You will need a pair of shorts and a T- shirt for this assessment!

Book an appointment here. 

foot pain ankle pain knee pain running injury
foot pain ankle pain knee pain running injury

To find out how a biomechanical assessment can help you.

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