Gait retraining is an effective and long-term solution for common musculoskeletal overuse injuries. Our advanced real-time analysis enables us to replicate scientifically-validated gait retraining protocols for proven results.
Obtaining accurate information about the effects of an intervention is fundamental to success. Our platforms instantly quantify the impact of different footwear, gait retraining, fatigue and surgical intervention.
Infrared technology accurately measures 3D joint angles in real-time, enabling us to quantify your biomechanics, recommend evidence-based treatment, monitor outcomes of intervention and assess progress over time.
We automatically quantify musculoskeletal risk-factors, enabling us to identify abnormal patterns in your running or walking gait and deliver the optimal treatment recommendations each and every time.
State-of-the-art infrared cameras precisely measure the 3D positions of reflective markers attached to your legs. The markers are used to create an exact computer model of you walking or running, and the personalised model is used to accurately calculate your joint motion in 3D.
Your joint angles are compared to an extensive database of uninjured controls, in order to identify unusual patterns in your walking or running gait.
This information is used by our expert clinicians to identify the root-cause of any injury or pain, and to recommend data-driven rehabilitation and treatment.
If you're interested in learning more about what we do, then please get in touch.
Whether you're a clinician interested in setting-up our exclusive service at your clinic or an academic keen to collaborate, we'd love to hear from you.
" Obtaining accurate and relevant information on how our patients walk and run, and the effects of interventions has always been a challenge.
Run3D makes 3D gait analysis technology a viable option in day-to-day clinical practice, bringing the research lab to the wider population.
This has been one of the biggest advances to my clinical practice in over 30-years."
Mr Trevor Prior
Consultant Podiatric Surgeon