Running evaluations consist of a biomechanical assessment of the patients’ running form and a thorough musculoskeletal examination to address injury and performance issues. The biomechanical evaluation focuses on assessing joint integrity, balance, strength, foot structure, skeletal alignment and flexibility throughout the run and stride.
During the initial evaluation, patients receive:
As running is a highly technical sport, your movement patterns and technique will be assessed first and corrections will be implemented. Following the treadmill and/or outdoor assessment, recommendations are made to maximize your running performance and minimize your risk of injury or pain. A personalized detailed training plan including training modifications, stretches, exercises and technique drills will be included.