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Kevin, Beconsfield

Biomechanics

Knowledge is Power

To move well is the cause and effect relationship between your foot, pelvis and spine. If every aspect of the body is aligned and in a functional state, then we are said to have good biomechanics. However, if the function of one of those areas is compromised, then there is a chain reaction and we are said to have altered biomechanics or a movement dysfunction.

Move with dysfunction for long enough and this may lead to injury.

By having your movement analysed, it is possible to identify potential movement dysfunction from occurring, causes of movement dysfunction that has led to injury and technical movement error that may lead to restricted performance levels.