What is involved in a Clinical Assessment?
A full assessment consists of orthopedic and osteopathic tests. This assessment identifies imbalances, injuries and conditions affecting each of the systems of the body. This includes biomechanical gait analysis, posture, visceral, neurological, joint and soft tissues. Injuries are assessed in isolation to the area of the body that is affected, as well, how they relate to the limb, and to the whole body. The goal of the assessment is to identify the problem and to develop a proper treatment plan to quickly and effectively return the client to full function.
Assessment: Posture, Gait Analysis, Muscle Imbalance, Joint or Limb Specific Testing, Functional Testing, Visceral Restrictions, Neurological Restrictions