Typically, podiatry research has fallen behind modern day biomechanical research.
At The Podiatry Clinic, we’ve always stayed ahead of this by regularly researching the latest biomechanical studies and developments, whilst working side by side with leaders in Biomechanics. Thus, giving us a better understanding from the foot up and the hip down.
Our job is to then translate this into podiatry for you.
Biomechanics is the science of movement of a living body, including how muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments work together to produce movement.
Biomechanics of the feet can result in changes to ankle, leg, knee, hip and lower back. The body has kinetic chains from the feet to the head and vice versa.
As you can imagine – having weakened or tight muscles, poor technique, excessive force to bone or soft tissue structures can cause pain if the tissue cannot tolerate the load – resulting in tears, inflammation, swelling, breaks, fractures etc.
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