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(musculo-skeletal problems)

In order to prevent improper movement or strain on muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bone function that could injure the joints, it is crucial that the lower limb tissues can move together.

Incorrect alignment can put too much strain on the bones and soft tissues, which can lead to pain. Poor posture can also make it more likely that you’ll have issues with your foot, ankle, knee, hip, or lower back.

Common biomechanical issues include high arches and flat feet. The big toe, the heel of the foot, the ball of the foot, and the area under the foot are additional common issue locations.

Biomechanical Assessment

One must first go through a thorough biomechanical evaluation. The position of your spine, pelvis, knees, ankles, and feet will all be taken into account as the podiatrist evaluates your overall physical alignment and posture.

You will be assessed while standing and walking so that your “gait cycle” can be evaluated as well as your natural gait pattern.

Additionally, we will look into and gauge the relationship and angles between your ankle, foot, knee, and pelvis joints as well as their range and quality of mobility.

The podiatrist may occasionally recommend orthotics to help with foot and ankle or lower limb alignment.