Running Gait Analysis
We Develop A Custom Plan To Improve Your Running Movement And Form So You Can Run At Your Best For Fun, For Health, Or For performance!
Here’s What A Gait Analysis Session Can Do For You:
By watching you walk and run, a physical therapist can identify any poor movement or technique that can cause overuse injuries, decrease running efficiency, and keep you from hitting your next PR.
Even a “healthy” or uninjured runner can make small changes to their running form that can help them run faster and farther with less aches and pains.
Here’s What Happens During A Gait Analysis:
What is gait analysis?
A gait analysis is a valuable tool for identifying issues with your walking or running mechanics that may be contributing to pain, injury, or inefficient movement. At Get Moving PT, we offer comprehensive gait analysis services to help you improve your biomechanics and optimize your movement patterns.
During a gait analysis session, our trained physical therapists will observe and assess your walking or running technique using specialized equipment and software. We’ll look at factors such as your foot strike pattern, step length, and hip and knee alignment to identify any areas of weakness or dysfunction.
Once we’ve identified any issues with your gait, we’ll work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to address those issues and improve your overall movement quality. This may involve exercises to strengthen weak muscles, improve flexibility, or correct imbalances in your body.
The benefits of gait analysis are numerous. By improving your walking or running mechanics, you can reduce your risk of injury, increase your efficiency, and enhance your overall athletic performance. You may also experience reduced pain and discomfort in your feet, ankles, knees, hips, and lower back.
If you’re experiencing pain or discomfort during exercise or daily activities, or simply want to improve your performance and reduce your risk of injury, a gait analysis may be right for you. Contact Get Moving PT today to schedule your gait analysis appointment and take the first step towards better movement and improved quality of life.
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