Find out how well you move.
Assess. Address. Enhance.
A biomechanical assessment involves a first look at your posture, alignment and quality of movement during sports specific and functional movements.
If you’re not moving well, or have suffered an injury, other parts of your body have to compensate and this can lead to additional load on your musculoskeletal system.
Our clinicians seek out imbalances, address and correct them using various treatment techniques. This approach restores and improves function, alleviates pain and reduces injury risk in both the short and long term.
- Soft tissue massage
- Joint manipulation and mobilisation
- Dry needling
- Footwear advice
- Clinical Exercise and Strength + Conditioning
Biomechanics is the study of human motion. Our clinicians understand that the human body must move in a sequential manner, across multiple joints and planes to achieve efficient and pain free movement.
At Kinematics our aim is to help our patients achieve the long-lasting results they desire. Whether the goal be pain-free movement, postural optimisation or enhancing strength and performance, the understanding of biomechanics is important to identify the cause of pain and/or injuries and therefore how we can prevent them re-occurring in future.
Our clinicians endeavour to find the root cause of your pain, by identifying and correcting dysfunctional movement patterns. If left untreated, these inefficiencies can place abnormal forces on certain areas of the body, resulting in increased tissue stress, pain and injury.
Poor biomechanical patterns usually develop over a period of time from a multiple contributing factors including prolonged/sustained posture, repetitive daily tasks and/or previous injury(s).
All of our practitioners assess biomechanics and how the body moves as a whole as it is an integral component of our complete model of care. Our most experienced biomechanics practitioner is podiatric biomechanist, Pep Karalus.
Yes as this is included as part of all our initial allied health consultations. In order to claim, please choose the appropriate practice for your allocated “extras” cover e.g. Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Podiatry or Myotherapy.
Initial consultation: Code 500
Follow up consultation: Code 505
Initial consultation: Code 1804
Follow up consultation: Code 1802
Initial consultation: Code 004
Follow up consultation: Code 012
Initial consultation: Code 105
Follow up consultation: Code 205