Specialising in diagnosing and treating the cause/source of recurrent lower limb injuriesContact Us
Over the years many Clinic patients have already tried physiotherapy, ice, stretching, rest new footwear, massage, arch supports, dry needling, shock wave therapy and surgery.
The Clinic believes "if an injury persists over time there has to be a cause"
Typical recurrent Injuries are:
Lower limb injuries through poor biomechanics can be detrimental to your running. There are several reasons for injury:
The Running Clinic has designed and created an exciting new range of prescription non arch based Orthotics. Advanced International knowledge of foot biomechanics now shows functional efficiency of gait and lower limbs are controlled by the Calcaneus (heel) position at the first point of ground contact. This challenges the old theories of arch support.
Using software to calculate calcaneal angles the Running Clinic can produce an angulated calcaneal Orthotic to control foot function.
3rd Floor, 26 Ridge St.,
204/50 Clarence St, Sydney,
Level 1, 20 - 22 Wentworth Street, Parramatta