Biomechanical Assessment

During a biomechanical assessment, your podiatrist collects important medical history and information about your foot condition.

This assessment involves your podiatrist evaluating the way your lower limbs move and their structure, including factors like how far they can move and how they function when you're in motion, like walking or running.

Often, a gait assessment is included, where your podiatrist observes how you walk to gauge your overall function. If necessary, your podiatrist might also request imaging like X-rays or ultrasounds.

If any issues are identified in how your lower limbs function – such as differences in leg lengths or problems with shock absorption when your heel hits the ground during walking – your podiatrist might recommend the following treatments and approaches for managing the condition:


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