Gait Analysis Cheshire

Conveniently located near the M6 and M56

Cheshire Foot Clinic, 21A Tatton Street, Knutsford, WA16 6AE

There is a large car park opposite with designated disabled spaces closest to the clinic

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What is Swift Verruca Therapy?

At the Pomona Valley Podiatry Group, we're proud to offer this cutting-edge treatment to our patients.

Here are some of the benefits of Swift Verruca Therapy:

  1. Swift Verruca Therapy uses microwave energy to target and destroy the verruca virus.The treatment is quick and virtually pain-free, so you can get back to your daily routine with minimal downtime.

  1. There's no need for surgery or other invasive procedures, making it a safe and effective option for patients of all ages.

  1. The treatment is highly targeted, so it only affects the verruca and not the surrounding skin or tissue.

  1. Swift Verruca Therapy has a high success rate, with many patients seeing significant improvement after just one session.

  1. The treatment can be used on all types of verrucas, including those that have been resistant to other treatments in the past.

So if you're ready to say goodbye to your verruca for good, come see us at Pomona Valley Podiatry Group and find out if Swift Verruca Therapy is right for you!

From Consultation to Treatment

What to Expect at Your First Podiatry Visit

We're excited to see you at your appointment! We want to make sure you feel comfortable and well-informed, so don't hesitate to ask us any questions about our treatments, our clinic, or even our payment options. Our goal is to help you get back to living your life free of pain, so let's work together to make that happen!

  • Discuss your foot health goals

  • Complete foot examination

  • Discover your options

  • Start a custom treatment plan

Frequently Asked Questions About Gait Analysis

What is gait analysis?

Gait analysis is the study of human walking patterns to assess and analyse biomechanical aspects of the gait cycle, including stride length, step width, and joint movements. It is often used in sports medicine, rehabilitation, and orthopaedics.

Why is gait analysis important?

Gait analysis provides valuable insights into how a person walks, helping to identify abnormalities, assess musculoskeletal function, and guide treatment plans for various conditions such as injuries, arthritis, and neurological disorders.

Who can benefit from gait analysis?

Gait analysis can benefit individuals of all ages and fitness levels. It is commonly used for athletes, individuals with chronic pain, those recovering from injuries or surgeries, and people with conditions affecting their gait.

How is gait analysis performed?

Gait analysis can be conducted through various methods, including visual observation, wearable sensors, force plates, and motion capture systems. Some assessments are done in a clinical setting, while others involve walking or running on a treadmill.

What are the common measurements taken during gait analysis?

Common measurements include step length, stride length, step width, cadence (steps per minute), foot and ankle movements, joint angles, and ground reaction forces. These parameters help assess the overall quality of a person's gait.

Is gait analysis only for people with walking difficulties?

No, gait analysis can be beneficial for anyone interested in optimising their movement patterns. Athletes often use it to improve performance and prevent injuries. It is also valuable in rehabilitation to assess progress and tailor treatment plans.

Are there different types of gait analysis?

Yes, there are various types of gait analysis, including visual observation, instrumented gait analysis using sensors or motion capture systems, and pressure-sensitive platforms like force plates. The choice depends on the specific goals and the level of detail needed.

Can gait analysis help prevent injuries?

Yes, gait analysis can help identify biomechanical issues that may contribute to injuries. By addressing these issues through targeted interventions, such as corrective exercises or orthotics, it is possible to reduce the risk of injury and enhance overall movement efficiency.

Is gait analysis covered by insurance?

In some cases, gait analysis may be covered by insurance, especially if it is part of a comprehensive medical evaluation or rehabilitation programme. However, coverage varies, and individuals should check with their insurance providers for specific details.

How often should someone undergo gait analysis?

The frequency of gait analysis depends on individual needs and circumstances. Athletes may choose to have regular assessments to monitor and optimise their performance, while others may undergo gait analysis as part of rehabilitation or when experiencing changes in their gait.

Please note that these FAQs provide general information and should not replace personalised advice from a qualified healthcare professional. It is important to consult with a trusted podiatrist to assess your individual case and determine the most suitable treatment plan for your knee pain.

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Where To Find Cheshire Foot Clinic

Cheshire Foot Clinic, 21A Tatton Street, Knutsford, WA16 6AE

There is a large car park opposite with designated disabled spaces closest to the clinic

21A Tatton St, Knutsford WA16 6AE, UK

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