Observing how you walk or run is an integral part of your personal story. Whether you’re on a treadmill or outside our clinic, witnessing your movements allows us to gain valuable insights from head to toe. We pay attention to your head placement, observe your knees’ actions, and, of course, analyze your feet’s behavior. To enhance our understanding, we often combine this visual analysis with in-shoe pressure measurement data.
For runners, we often request a video of your running form, preferably captured at the end of a long run when your body is fatigued. By doing so, we obtain a realistic depiction of your running dynamics in real-life conditions. This approach enables us to better undertstand your unique movement patterns and provide tailored guidance for your individual needs.