goPhysio’s Daily Countdown Giveaway: Computerised Foot Scan

Dec 1, 2016

goPhysio Moving Countdown To celebrate our much anticipated clinic move, we’re giving away a prize every day to everyone who likes or follows us on social media and shoes the daily post. To kick off the advent countdown, today we are giving away a free computerised foot scan.

During this 30 minute appointment with one of our Physiotherapists, you can find out how your feet move and whether they are or have the potential to cause you any problems.

Your foot position and its biomechanics play a crucial role in the health of your entire body and skeleton. To help analyse this, we have invested in the TOG GaitScan™ system, the industry leader in dynamic foot scanning. Gaitscan computerised foot scan gives us access to a wealth of information about your foot position whilst you’re walking, that cannot be obtained with the naked eye, video analysis or traditional orthotic moulds.

The Gaitscan system measures how your foot functions as you walk across the pressure plate, identifying it’s compensations and contribution to your injuries or performance issues. Combined with a physical assessment, our Physio’s are able to integrate their findings to recommend whether you’d benefit from orthotics.

If you’d like a free foot analysis to see whether you may benefit from orthotics – like or follow us and share the post to be in with a chance of winning!

1 winner will be randomly selected tomorrow and notified via social media.


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