3D Biomechanical Running & Gait Analysis

Our 3 Step Running and Gait Assessment Will Get You Running Your Best Today!
Our high-tech 3D running analysis allows us to precisely analyse and optimise your running technique and gait.
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RUNNING ASSESSMENT IN CENTRAL LONDON

Who would benefit from a running assessment?

As more and more of us take on running as a form of exercises, it's becoming clear that our sedentary lifestyle still has a huge impact on our running technique, often leading to running injuries.

Our running assessments are for all runners, whether you are running your first 5km, already an elite runner, or running a marathon for the first time, we will be able to assess your running technique, with an aim to transform you into a skilled, injury-free runner.
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How does it work?

Our running analysis uses state of the art 3D camera to analyse your run and give immediate and objective feedback.
Running assessment feedback

ASSESSMENT

Advanced Running and Gait Assessment, using real-time analysis of your lower limb and trunk. 

TRAINING

We are able to offer real-time Gait and Run Training, through a series of programs to improve your walking and running posture.

REHAHBILITATION

We offer a range of dynamic rehabilitation to improve your balance, posture and reduce the likelihood of future running injury.

BIOMECHANICAL RUNNING ANALYSIS

Data to understand exactly how you run.

STRIDE LENGTH

Stride length and step length can be important numbers to diagnose a problem with your running or a condition that could be causing a problem with your gait. 

For example, Increased stride length has been found to be associated with an increased risk of tibial stress fractures in runners. We will be able to highlight particular asymmetries between the two sides of the body.

Stride Length analysis
Contact time gait assessment

CONTACT TIME

The ground contact time is defined as the time from when the foot contacts the ground to when the foot toes off the ground. It is an important metric to track and analyse; it plays a major role in optimizing your running efficiency and form. 

Some interesting studies have demonstrated the importance of minimal ground contact to running performance. The fastest runners tend to have the shortest ground contact times. 

Training specifically to reduce your ground contact time is an effective way to improve your running.

REAL-TIME RANGE OF MOTION (R.O.M) OF TRUNK, HIPS, KNEES AND ANKLES

Running is similar to walking in terms of locomotor activity. However, there are some key differences as it requires greater joint range of movement.

It is therefore relevant to detect potential asymmetries and biomechanical faults that may pre-disposing you to injury.

CENTRE OF PRESSURE (CoP)

The centre of pressure displacement during your performance has been shown to be a reliable measure of running efficiency. 

Vertical displacement during running has indeed key implications for injury mechanics as well as energetics.

LOAD SYMMETRY

Throughout your running assessment, any imbalance in load is constantly measured. 

Load symmetry is one element often highlighted as a risk factor for running injuries.

Imbalance in load can be due to differences in muscle strength, motion, flexibility, balance, and mechanics between the two sides of the body. 
 

CADENCE

Cadence is the number of steps you take during a given period and is typically measured per minute (SPM). 

Cadence has been found to be a very influential biomechanical variable when it comes to injuries and performance. Not only that, but it is actually one of the easiest things to manipulate.

Assessment Pricing

3D Gait and Running Assessment

£120
Assessment includes: 
- 3D Running Assessment.
- 3D Gait Assessment.
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Advanced Biomechanical Analysis

£195
12 unique assessments, which include:
- 3D Running Assessment.
- 3D Gait Assessment.
- Complete Static and Dynamic Balance Assessment.
- Pelvic and Trunk Stability Assessment.
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You can book online or speak to us directly on 020 7099 7730
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48 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NS
020 7099 7730 | info@formclinic.com

48 Charlotte Street
London, W1T 2NS
020 7099 7730
info@formclinic.com

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