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Biomechanical Assessment

What is a Biomechanical Assessment?

A Biomechanical Assessment is the analysis of human movement. It assists the therapist to assess issues of pain that may be associated with inefficient movement or simply to help improve performance whether you're an athlete or non-athlete.


Why choose a Biomechanical Assessment?

A Biomechanical Assessment allows the therapist to look closely for abnormalities and compensatory movement patterns that may be caused by injury such as back pain, hip pain, knee pain or another underlying issue.

Biomechanical Assessment at The No1 Pain Relief Clinic

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Checking leg joint angles

The benefits of Biomechanical Assessment

There are many benefits of having a Biomechanical Assessment particularly if you are experiencing reoccurring injury issues or pain in one or more areas of the body. It can help assess injuries that may be caused by repetitive movements such as running, swimming, cycling or injuries that you may not recall injuring or it can be used towards improving sports performance. Crucially it can be helpful in identifying the underlying cause of the problem to help correct the cause of the problem. Common Injuries (although not exhaustive) include:

  • Sports injuries

  • Suboptimal athletic performance

  • Recurrent muscle strains

  • Ligament sprains (e.g. ankle sprains and instability)

  • General aches and pains

  • Back and hip pain

  • Knee pain

  • Shin pain

  • Leg or muscle pain

  • Foot pain

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Nick's experience and in depth clinical knowledge is second to none in both conventional and orthodox medicine. His no nonsense approach is thorough and I was very pleased with the treatments and after-care he provided for my aches and pains and injuries.

Nick was professional friendly and honest. I felt involved in all decisions he was making as my views were considered and incorporated into my rehabilitation plan. I would highly recommend Nick and his pain relief clinic services.

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Gait analysis

What does it involve?

A Biomechanical Assessment involves a gait analysis (such as walking, running or cycling pattern) either by eye or from our video analysis Dartfish system. Our state of the art video analysis enables us to slow down your movement patterns to closely observe and identify the cause of the problem. To help assess your joint range of motion and muscle strength and flexibility a series of musculoskeletal tests and  measurements are also performed. 

Following assessment, a proposed individualised course of treatment will be provided giving options where appropriate which will be discussed with you. This may include a programme of exercises or advice on footwear to help address or correct the problem to prevent the likelihood of future injuries.

Important information

Individuals that have been recommended by a health professional (i.e GP) due to an existing injury are strongly advised to bring any reports or information relating to the injury or condition. If you are a runner we recommend that you bring along your usual running shoes and a pair of shorts. For any other sporting problems we advise athletes to bring along their usual sports gear (i.e bike, racket) that may be related to the problem. For people that have lower limb issues at work we advise that you bring along your usual workwear shoes. 

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