3D Gait Analysis At the Run Lab
The Run Lab At Cornwall Physio:
Lead Physiotherapist and founder of The Run Lab, Lou Nicholettos, is one of the UK's leading Running Physios. With TWO Masters degrees, she has been studying Biomechanics for over 12 years and working with runners and Triathletes for more than 15 years.
3D Gait Analysis At The Run Lab:
Our clinical gait analysis sessions help you move better. They improve your walking, running or sports performance, and can diagnose or help you recover from injuries, surgeries or niggles.
To get the best results, we combine 3D gait analysis, force plate testing and clinical tests within the same session. In combination, this provides some of the most detailed and accurate movement assessments available anywhere in the UK.
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The Run Lab® at Cornwall Physio is clinical gait analysis. It helps you improve your running technique, run faster and overcome injuries or niggles.
Our gait analysis sessions are carried out by specialist Physiotherapists who are experts in human movement, running and injury assessment.
Look What Other People Just Like You Are Saying About The Run Lab At Cornwall Physio...
40’s - St. Austell
“I've found that coming here regularly not only has sort of stopped any niggles becoming injuries but it's also just helped my training. Regular maintenance here keeps me on track. Whatever level of runner you are or whatever sport you do, this is the place to come.”
40’s - St Mawes
“These guys are so friendly and warm and lovely, and then also seriously, seriously good at what they do. They, weren't just trying to get me just out of pain. They were really trying to get me back on my feet, able to run again, able to be at my best again..”
50’s - St. Austell
“I have complete trust in the treatment that I was being offered. I just knew as long as I sort of did what I was asked to do I would see results and I was delighted with how quickly I managed to turn around what was quite a depressing injury into being able to run without pain.”