The Secret of how to run better, faster and without pain or injury.
What is it?
Using observation and slow motion video footage of you running on our treadmill we look at foot placement, stride length, leg alignment, arm swing, shoulder control and head posture. We may also do specific tests on joints and muscles to assess flexibility and strength.
We will then tailor a program to address any problems identified. This may be physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation, a program of strengthening or stretching exercises and specific running drills.
Who is it suitable for?
- Those new to running who want advice as they get started
- Runners wanting to improve their running style
- Runners wanting to further their training to achieve distance or time goals
- Runners wanting to start to compete or improve competition performance
- Runners going into different disciplines such as sprinting, marathon running or triathlons
Why should I have an assessment?
- To help prevent injury, especially recurrent problems
- To improve performance and help you achieve your running goals
- To optimize running efficiency and allow the body to perform economically
- To help improve form towards the end of a race
- To rehabilitate after an injury as injury can affect running techniqueRunners that struggle to get consistency in training due to recurrent injuries
Velocity therapy services are covered by most extended health insurance companies. Just Call Us: