Feet, gait and posture biomechanical analysis

exam-bioThe podiatrist can proceed to the biomechanical analysis of the foot articulations. In addition, the dynamic analysis of the gait and the posture allows the podiatrist to appreciate all the mouvements in the articulations of the lower limb. These analyzes lead to the evaluation and the diagnosis of biomechanical troubles that may  promote or explain painful feet, ankles, knees, hips and/or lower back. The most frequent biomechanical troubles are the flat foot and the bunion (Hallux Abducto Valgus).

Your podiatrist can do this analysis preventively or after an injury.