Running Pain Side Of Knee
Running Pain Side Of Knee can be caused by many issues especially when Running. Most people who have these pains, just carry with it taking some kind of pain relief but this is not the answer.
In many cases, the cause of the pain is usually over-use or lack of warming up before you begin running. But surprisingly, many cases are found to be caused from an underlying condition, which left untreated, can cause more permanent issues with posture and movement issues.
If you are suffering foot pain or think you are suffering from Running Pain Side Of Knee, it is recommended to see a foot specialist like Sub-4 (Biomechanical Podiatrist), who can make an assessment of your foot pain and recommend the correct treatment for a good recovery.
If you are experiencing Running Pain Side Of Knee during or after running, Book an Assessment at Sub-4 Clinic, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire.
Do Runners Need a Gait Analysis?
When they don’t… the stride becomes uneasy and the injury risk increases which usually results in pain. This is why you need a gait analysis assessment, especially if your are a runner.
The Sub-4 Running Biomechanical & Gait Assessment, is for people who take their running seriously and want to ensure that they do so without sustaining any long term injury.
Are you getting pain in areas of you back, legs or feet?
Clifton has treated over 15000 people in his career, giving him a unique insight into what actually causes injury. He has treated many world athletes in many genres of professional sport. He is still a passionate runner today.
He has developed a reputation, for injury risk prediction and a rapid injury solution for most types of Sports injury rehabilitation.
Comprehensive Running Assessment for Smart Runners
All runners hate getting injured, no matter if you are professional or amateur, you literally can’t afford to have running injuries. For us, the greatest reward, is we feel we can make a difference to anyone who enjoys running, slow or fast, especially for those who are experiencing difficulties or pain.
Avoid Long Term Injury – Get Your Running Gait Assessed!
Clinical Gait Analysis
3D Clinical Gait Assessment
Sub-4’s 3D Clinical Gait system provides a standard set of gait parameters in which most pathological conditions are reflected and we use it to efficiently screen for a variety of conditions and to follow up on corrective measures.
Some aspects we look at are:
- Center-of-mass trajectory in all three anatomical planes
- Frontal plane hip and knee joint moments and angles
- Sagittal plane hip and knee angles
- Temporal and spatial stride variability parameters
3D Running Gait Assessment Analysis
Check Your Running Performance
Check Your Gait Characteristics
Gait analysis is carried by Clifton Bradeley, Ex Athlete and previous Sub-4 minute record holder. Running gait analysis is essential for runners who want to ensure optimal running body composition.
Your Joint Loading Analysis
No matter how experienced you are, there is no way to anticipate the loading level by visual inspection or video analysis. You need to calculate it and this is what we do in Joint Loading analysis which is based on inverse dynamics. This is the yield of the net forces and moments acting on a joint. The Focus is on the knee and hip joints. To assess if a joint loading variable may be harmful, it is compared with normative data from over 600 runners who have done the test.
Your Running Shoe Assessment
Bring Your Running Shoes to Your Assessment
We ask you to bring all your running shoes, current and old as these can be a great indicator of any foot issues you may have.
Example Assessment Report
At the end of the assessment, you will be given your results report to take with you.
How Do I Book a Running Assessment?
Assessment Cost £195
- 45 Minute Assessment
- Briefing comments and suggestions
- 3D Clinical Gait Assessment
- 3D Running Gait Assessment
- Footwear Biomechanical Assessment
- Printed Assessment report to take with you
We take Debit/Credit Card Payments
Pay at Reception on arrival of your assessment
Call to Book: 01782 551698
On the day of the assessment you will need to arrive 15 minutes before your assessment.
What do I wear?
- You will need to bring shorts or tight clothing ( to facilitate 3D body tracking)
- Bring all the running shoes that you normally run with, including older pairs.
We have a very large car park which of course is free.