What is Biomechanics?
To understand what biomechanics is, we simply need to break down the term into two parts. The word ‘Bio’ is a shortened version of the word ‘biology’ and the term ‘mechanics’ refers to the functional movement of something. So in summary, biomechanics refers to the study of human functional movement, in this case specifically the study of the lower limb. Biomechanics is a very broad spectrum term and covers many conditions within podiatry.
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Do I Need a Biomechanics Specialist?
Generally if you are experiencing, aches, pains, discomfort in your feet, knees, hips or back, or have problems with walking, then it’s safe to say that you have a biomechanical issue that may need to be addressed before it gets worse.
Most Common Complaints
Heel pain, Shin splints, Forefoot pain, Arch pain, Running injuries, Sore feet, Bunions, Arthritis, Stress fractures, Knee pain, Hip pain, Lower back pain, Iliotibial band friction syndrome (most common cause of knee pain in runners).
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