Clinical Practices"Biomechanics is the science of movement of a human body, understanding how muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments work together to produce movement. Proper alignment of biomechanical issues is the crux to a good posture & healthy living at any age".
The primary strength of our practice is to assist patients to find and treat the cause and provide solution and not just to relieve the immediate symptoms. Our practice is established to fill the need for managing gait and mobility disorders, foot, ankle and lower extremity pathology and pain syndromes.
Some of the conditions treated are:
Pronated or Supinated feet
Ingrown Toe nails
Calluses / Corn
Heel Pain / Plantarfasciitis
Ankle Pain / Sprains
Leg Length Discrepancy
Calf Pain / Shin Splints
Anterior Knee pain
Lower Back Pain
Diabetes Foot Care
Arthritis / Rheumatoid Arthritis
Our team and network of experienced practitioners carry out evidenced based assessment and customize multi-disciplinary approach for treatment of the patient to provide an utmost solution by:
- Conducting a detailed evaluation of the physical structure
- Biomechanics analysis of foot, ankle and lower limb
- Gait & posture analysis (Static & Dynamic)
- Identifying and correcting biomechanical discrepancy if any
- Identifying and dispensing appropriate customized and clinical product
- Providing Ergonomic advice & counseling
- Conducting Physical and functional therapy intervention
- Prescribing a sports specific exercise program
- Formulate and educate a self-exercise program
Our practice demands to maintain the highest level of skills and advanced education that would benefit our patients.
Orthofit caters to:
Young Kids (5 to 18): It's very important to evaluate and take care of ankle, foot and lower limb at a very young age because lower limb carry people for their entire lives. If ignored children may be affected by various conditions like Flat feet, heel pain, ankle sprain, ingrown nails, sports injuries and other disorders that may result in knock knees, bow Leg, Faulty Gait & Poor Posture which they have to live with rest of their life.
Active Age Group (18 to 35): Active lifestyle involving sports & other high impact activities are always at risk of injury. Neglecting foot, ankle not only invites problems in the lower limb but also in other parts of the body, such as the legs and back. There can also be undesirable personality effects. The youngster with troublesome feet walks awkwardly and usually has poor general posture. As a result, they may become shy, introverted, and avoid athletics and social functions.
Middle Age Group (36-50): Aging process combined with busy and stressful life style reduces physical activity, which leads to degeneration of bones and muscle wasting. Aim is to provide a feasible exercise program that goes with their need & active lifestyle & enhance their performance.
Elderly (50 plus): Major problem is Pain & Degeneration. The main focus of this program is to ensure maximum mobility & healthy pain free living.