running gait ANALYSIS

take your running to the next level

Whether you are trying to finish your first 5k or hoping to PR in your next marathon, runners of all levels will benefit from a comprehensive stride analysis.

  • More Efficient Gait
  • Faster Times
  • Fewer Injuries

YOUR ANALYSIS SESSION INCLUDES:

  • Injury Screen by a physical therapist
  • Filming of you running at varying speeds (back & side)
  • Review and analysis of your running gait
  • Recommendations on exercises and techniques to run more efficiently and avoid injury

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YOUR ANALYSIS SESSION INCLUDES:

  • Injury Screen by a physical therapist
  • Filming of you running at varying speeds (back & side)
  • Review and analysis of your running gait
  • Recommendations on exercises and techniques to run more efficiently and avoid injury

WHAT TO BRING:

  • Form fitting athletic clothing: sleeveless tops and spandex shorts work best.
  • Flash drive if you would like a copy of your video
  • Your normal training and/or racing shoes

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Runners of all levels would benefit from a running gait analysis, especially runners looking to:
Prevent Injury
Return to Running Following an Injury
Reduce or Eliminate Pain Associated with Running
Maximize Performance

Slow motion video analysis identifies gait abnormalities not captured with the naked eye. This combined with a strength and flexibility assessment will allow us to help you correct inefficiencies, which will lead to faster times and fewer injuries.

Call our office and we can help you figure out which path to take: physical therapy, a gait analysis, or a combination of both. If you have been experiencing pain, you may benefit from a physical therapy program first. We will incorporate a running diagnostic video session as soon as we feel you are ready to begin a return to run program (sometimes this can be initiated early in the rehab process).

You will be running between 5-15 minutes, depending on your goals and current ability. Walk breaks can be easily incorporated.

Bottoms: running shorts or spandex shorts. Tops: tank top or sports bra. Shoes: your normal training and/or racing shoes.