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Hinchley Wood, Esher, KT10 0SR

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Biomechanics and Orthotics Services

Biomechanics is the study of the structure, alignment, and movement of the skeletal system, starting from birth. Often pain found in the body can be caused, or attributed to, poor foot alignment or biomechanical dysfunction. This leads to stress on the feet and lower limbs, hips & lower back. At Sally Pembery Associates we use our biomechanical and orthotic service to assess your personal situation and come up with a custom plan for your treatment.

A biomechanical assessment is initially carried out visually, then by measurement, computerised foot pressure analysis and video gait analysis as necessary. The information is then collated and a prescription for orthotics or insoles is formulated. The orthotics will help minimise any current injury and pain if present and will also assist in preventing further injury. Orthotics will improve posture and comfort thus enhancing everyday life, including walking and sports.

The Biomechanical Assessment

We treat people from all walks of life, from children through to the elderly, runners, athletes and recreational sports enthusiasts. We believe that an active lifestyle is the key to health and happiness at any age. So when injury or accidents happen causing pain that limits your activity, your lifestyle can change dramatically. Our goal is to develop an individualised treatment plan to help you achieve optimal physical mobility and performance with our biomechanical and orthotics service at the forefront.

What we Believe

Our lead Podiatrist, Sally Pembery, has an MSc in Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics from Staffordshire University.

For a personal biomechanical assessment or custom or off the shelf orthotics, call us on

020 8398 7744

Experienced Practitioners

We have over 25 years of experience in the industry and aim to stay up to date on the latest advances in podiatry

and chiropody.

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