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What is biomechanical analysis?

The way your feet hit the ground can impact your whole body. We address our patients' deficiencies and imbalances by doing in-depth biomechanical evaluations to create custom designed insoles or shoes. Our most important treatment goal is to have a well-balanced insole to make sure that each individual can maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. These are some of the biomechanical conditions/symptoms we consider when designing your orthotics:

Foot / Ankle Pain:
  • High Arch
  • Cavus Foot (high arched foot)
  • Low Arch (flat feet)
  • Immobile First Toe Joint
  • Hypermobile First Toe
  • Ligamentous Injuries (weak ankles)
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Morton's Foot Type
Knee Pain:
  • Large Q-Angle (the angle at which the femur (the thigh bone) meets the tibia (the shin bone)
  • Short Tibia (leg length)
  • Tibial Torsion (rotated leg bone)
  • Genu Valgus (bow legged)
  • Genu Varus (knock kneed)
  • Weak Musculature
  • Post Surgical
Hip Pain:
  • Short Femur (thigh bone)
  • Coxa Varus (knock kneed)
  • Rotated Femur (thigh bone)
  • Weak Hip Musculature
  • Tight Hip Musculature
Spine Pain:
  • Structural /Leg Length Discrepancy
  • Functional /Leg Length Discrepancy
  • Movement Pattern Disorders
  • Scoliosis
  • Herniated Disc