2020 HEALTH PARTNERSHIP We would Love to announce our Health Partnership with the Gosford Tennis Club! 🎾
We are looking forward to helping the players at the Club smash their health goals, so Down The Line they don’t have any concerns.
We think this partnership will be Ace, and an Advantage for the Gosford Tennis Club & East Gosford Podiatry.
If you would like to ensure you’re playing without Foot Fault, Volley your foot issues or concerns to us to fix for you!
As a Gosford Tennis Club Member, You are entitled to receive a 25% reduced rate for an Initial Biomechancial Assessment or Initial Assessment.
For more information on what is involved in each of these assessments – take a look below!
What is involved in a Biomechanical Assessment?
Are you suffering from:
- Sore and painful pressure points on your feet?
- Plantar Fasciitis or heel pain?
- Lower back pain, sore knees or ankles?
- Pain during or after exercise, or when you stand for long periods of time?
- Recurring blisters when playing sport?
- Is foot pain or fatigue preventing you from participating in daily activities?
- Have you had orthotics or shoe modifications in the past? Generally orthotics should be reviewed approximately every 12 months, this is to ensure they are still offering the same support they were intended to do when you first got them.
- Do you need advice on appropriate footwear for your wear patterns?
Having sore feet isn’t normal and something you don’t need to tolerate, especially if its stopping you from doing things you love, like playing Tennis.
A Biomechanical assessment is a detailed analysis of your foot and lower limb posture and function, to diagnosed pain or injury, and to determine contributing factors to injury. It allows us to identify abnormalities, insufficiencies and how the body compensates for these irregularities. This then allows us to correct any identified contributing factors, and to take preventative measures to decrease the chances of your injury or pain recurring. Our experience and comprehensive understanding of biomechanics, pain and injury is a result of a genuine interest, and active participation in a wide range of sports.