Kinorthotic evaluation

Dynamic or static sport movement analysis

Sport movements are often evaluated by a trainer in order to highlight any technical problem related to physical deficiencies, bad posture or training which, more often than not, affect sports movements and athlete performance. To provide this, state of the art equipment is used such as the following; Presto Scan, video camera, DARTFISH sports movements logistic hardware, treadmill and stationary bike etc…

Our suggestions:

  • Sports movements analysis highlighting any physical or technical gaps.
  • Complete biomechanic analysis to aid in the development of healthy and performant
    sports movements
  • Create an individualized program aimed at improving performance
  • Call for an evaluation appointment with one of our in-store specialists.

Posture evaluation, verification for asymmetries,
performance evaluation

The healthy solution proposed by Médicus Sport is directed to anyone searching for an extended and performant active life. Striving to provide a means to improved technical movements / injury prevention, we offer evaluations for adolescents and students who intensively practice a sports program, student sports teams or members of university sports centers.

Nowadays, many suffer from back, knee or foot pain. Often, these types of pain stem from bad posture.

Our goal, at Médicus Sport, is to detect the many posture flaws and body asymmetries. In order to do this, we will subject you to several different tests which will provide us with the means to properly evaluate your body’s biomechanics.

  • Asymmetry observation on three levels: frontal, saggital and transverse.
  • Muscular strength test
  • Romberg test
  • Fukuda test
  • Unipodal Stance test

The classic Romberg test: Standing with feet together, eyes open then shut, for a 30 second time period.

Fuduka test: Patients are blindfolded and made to march on the spot. Faulty movement patterns may then be observed.

Unipodal Stance test: The patient is asked to stand on one leg for a 10 second time period. His/her eyes remain open and either leg may be used. The patient must then bend his/her knee, while remaining in an upright position.

Following the results of these tests we will suggest either exercises or equipments necessary to correct the problems.

Call for an evaluation appointment with one of our in-store specialists.

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