Biomechanical assessments are available at the clinic with or without treatment. It will depend on your needs, injury or sport to how you are assessed.

BIOMECHANICAL & SPORTS INJURY ASSESSMENT

BIOMECHANICAL ASSESSMENTS

Andy has carried out extensive training to enable him to treat, diagnose, rehabilitate and importantly prevent sports injuries such as torn muscles, ligament tears and tendon injuries, in anybody partaking in elite or casual sports.

 

In addition to his expertise and experience in treating sports injuries, he can perform a bio-mechanical assessment with a view to improving performance and preventing injury, by restoring balance if there is excessive or uneven load being placed on certain areas of the body.

As well as your standard osteopathic examination, you may also be assessed on the treadmill or through diagnostic functional exercises to enable him to establish any muscle imbalances, and key areas of weakness throughout the body that may be contributing to an injury.

Andy will be able to give you a bespoke exercise plan with the aim of improving your body’s function, to rehabilitate after injury and with a view to preventing injury in the future. He can offer advice and prescribe orthotics (insoles) if needed. The orthotics are an additional cost to the biomechanical assessment.​

Andy has a strong sporting background and a wealth of experience in treating sports injuries and providing rehabilitation and injury prevention across a wide spectrum of sporting disciplines and levels, ranging from weekend sportsmen and women to professional athletes.

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Therapy Clinic

45A Station Street

Atherstone

Warwickshire

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