Gait analysis
Return to work during COVID- 19

Return to work during COVID- 19

I am very excited to be able to re-open my home clinic from Monday 13th July following the relaxation of lockdown measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. C1 Chiropractic Health Centre will remain closed until September as the clinic owner is overseas with the Army. In...

Could your foot be causing your knee pain?

Could your foot be causing your knee pain?

The importance of hip strength and lower limb control in knee pain is well documented and researched. Many cases of knee pain have been successfully resolved by strengthening up these key areas and improving control, balance and proprioception to improve lower limb...

A common cause of ankle pain

A common cause of ankle pain

Medial Ankle pain: Tibialis posterior dysfunction Tibialis posterior is a very important muscle of the foot and ankle complex, especially in relation to gait (the way we walk). It is very important in controlling and stabilising our foot and ankle on the inside when...

The movement of climbing

The movement of climbing

Climbing represents ultimate movement training for me. It utilises all of our primal movement patterns in a flowing continuous journey across natures gift of rock. Our primal movement patterns are considered the fundamental...

Anatomy in Motion – a new way of thinking

Anatomy in Motion – a new way of thinking

Anatomy in Motion is a movement analysis discipline analysing each joint within the human body and understanding its relationship to every other joint as an integrated whole. I was blown away when I attended this 6 day movement and gait analysis immersion course in...

Ankle dorsiflexion compensations

One  important factor to look at when looking at gait is whether the client has enough dorsi flexion to easily move through the gait cycle without compensating elsewhere. As always if we cannot make a movement at one joint this movement will be made elsewhere up the...