With our Runners’ Analysis your clinician will “run” you through a series of balance, mobility and strength tests aimed at analyzing your musculoskeletal alignment. You will then be taken through a gait analysis assessing alignment, foot strike and overall running form. Our team will create an individualized plan to help improve your running form, decrease your risk of injury and ultimately improve your performance.
Benefits of Running Analysis
- Information about your running form
- An understanding of your foot strike position
- An analysis of your musculoskeletal alignment pinpointing areas that may be affecting performance and efficiency
Video Gait Analysis
Schedule an appointment for a full body musculoskeletal screening, including simple functional testing as well as a strength and flexibility assessment to find any asymmetries or weaknesses that may contribute to injuries or decreased performance during running. Includes video capturing session with 4 view analysis and explanation of any possible biomechanical/form issues, asymmetries, or weaknesses that are present during your stride.
Schedule an appointment for a musculoskeletal bike fit designed to optimize efficiency, power, and strength for your rides. This assessment is designed to optimally fit each bike to its owner by using video to track alignment, range of motion, and flexibility issues that may be contributing to injuries or poor performance.
When it comes to your golf game, it is important to get ahead of injury and improve your game with a Golfer’s Movement Assessment. Our TPI certified physical Therapist will help you improve your golf performance and get you back on the course at the top of your game.
With our golf assessment you will first be guided through the TPI Movement Assessment to understand your body’s strengths and limitations. Your therapist will then formulate a customized plan to address those limitations through mobility exercises and/or strength and conditioning drills.
Functional Movement Screen
The FMS is a ranking and grading system that documents movement patterns that are key to normal function. By screening these patterns, the FMS readily identifies functional limitations and asymmetries.
These are issues that can reduce the effects of functional training and physical conditioning and distort body awareness. The FMS will allow us to target problems and develop specific exercise programs to help you eliminate these asymmetries and improve your overall body control.