At PhysioMotion, our Sport Specific Technique Analysis offers:
Our highly trained clinical skills allows us to break down human motion into intervals so as to be able to ascertain which regions of your musculoskeletal system are non-optimal and therefore, restricting performance. Often, this is what is causing your injuries ranging from joint pain, chronic overuse injuries to acute muscle strains.
Once your movement profile has been identified, we will use our unique Physiotherapy skills to address areas of stiffness, weakness and asymmetries to achieve a pain free athletic strategy that will aim to take your achievements to the next level. We welcome working closely with your sports coaches and personal trainers.
At PhysioMotion,, we create the space for you to feel the difference when your body is pain free, moves well and performs optimally.
At PhysioMotion, we believe that everyone would benefit from a running assessment. Here are the reasons why:
Common injuries caused by inefficient biomechanics and non-optimal movement strategies are:
Optimal Running Technique & Biomechanics:
Jogging is one of the most enjoyable and great ways to keep fit, but it is a repetitive sport that can place undue stress on joints from the feet to the spine particularly when running biomechanics are non-optimal. Up to 65% of joggers carry a running related injury that is often related to poor biomechanics (body alignment). Whether you run recreationally or competitively, it is important that you are injury free.
Our running assessments analyse your running technique and identify specific inefficiencies that either cause injury or poor performance. We use a holistic approach looking at the entire musculoskeletal system, training program, footwear and nutrition.
All factors in all regions of the body causing inefficiency or injury with running are considered with the root causes prioritised to gain maximal performance outcomes. Such expert knowledge and analysis ensures excellent running technique, optimal performance and injury prevention.
We use the most advanced and real time ultrasonography (RTUI) and more so, expertise in analysis to provide objective data on how your body moves. Our team then evaluates this information to identify any biomechanical problems and muscle imbalances.
Addressing your running issues will incorporate manual therapy, a review of your training regime and a personalized target specific strength and conditioning program to address your problematic areas.
Our goal is to keep you running faster and longer at PhysioMotion.
Golf Swing Analysis – Optimum Performance & Injury Prevention
The most common injury related to golf is back pain, followed by elbow, shoulder, wrist, hand and knee problems. These issues can cause chronic overuse injuries that will negatively affect your performance and enjoyment of the sport.
Common causes of these issues are incorrect set up, the inability to weight transfer effectively, and insufficient rotational motion and control required for an optimal golf swing.
At PhysioMotion, our Golf Swing Analysis will evaluate:
Therapists at PhysioMotion understand the biomechanics of movement required in golf and the analysis of these motions in relation to your swing. We are not golf pros, but we are pros at identifying the specific issues with your musculoskeletal system and how it relates to your swing.
Our clinical skills allow us to break down human motion into intervals to ascertain which regions of your musculoskeletal system are non-optimal and therefore, restricting efficient movement. Once identified, we will use our unique Physiotherapy skills to address areas of stiffness, weakness and asymmetries to achieve a pain free consistent golf swing that will take your game to the next level. We welcome working closely with your golf pro.
Feel the difference when your body performs well and you can drive further, increase your accuracy and lower your handicap.