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Field Tests are conducted at your practice site, hence the name. A Field Test session has three parts.

 

Part One is an assessment of your mobility through joints relative to your sport or movement activity. That will be followed with a stability assessment of your lower extremities and hips (upper extremities and shoulders if required).

 

Part Two is a form analysis. I will video record you doing your activity from different angles. We will then sit down together and go over the video to analyze what we see.

 

Part Three is soft tissue treatment. This will be based on my findings from Part One and Part Two. I will treat tension specific to our findings followed by reassessment. The reassessment will show progression and determine if more work is needed during the Field Test.

 

Conclusion Field Test sessions are concluded with verbal and visual cues to help you modify your form and self-massage homework.

After the Field Test I will send you a written assessment, the recorded videos, and homework for added improvements.

 

Field Test sessions are held at your preferred practice site.

 

Sessions typically last 60-90 minutes.

 

$200 flat fee. Call to schedule.

 

I am happy to travel outside of the Boston Metro area if a minimum of 4 people are scheduled.

Gait Analysis with Flexibility and Mobility Assessment

Are you dealing with chronic pain or injuries that holding back your running? I can do a gait analysis including a flexibility and mobility assessment either in person or online to find out what is restricting your training. 

 

 

Additional benefits of hiring Physiotivity

You can receive more than weekly workouts from Physiotivity.

Tom's skills include:                                                                   

Training, race, and event tactics.                                                      

Gait analysis.                                                                                

Flexibility and mobility assessment.                                         

Recovery methods.                                                                        

Sports nutrition.                                                                           

Proper footwear and clothing.                                                  

Training route planning.