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Hamilton clinic 01698 537 037

Glasgow clinic 0141 297 1965

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 The biomechanics experts at the Treatment Hub have post graduate level, HCPC registered clinicians with 20 years experience in biomechanics. They manufacture their own orthotics to treat biomechanical issues, and can provide advice on rehabilitation following injury, training advice and orthotics prescription.


They can also call on the help of the multidisciplinary team within The Treatment Hub to take a holistic approach to be sure we provide the best overall care of you the patient.


They provide a free biomechanical assessment, the only clinic in the Glasgow area or indeed Scotland to do this.


On this page we provide information on what a biomechanical asessment is, why we provide this free and the common conditions we see in our biomechanical assessment clinic


What is a Biomechanical assessment?


The purpose of a biomechanical assessment is used to determine how the functional movement and alignment of the body may cause pain or discomfort in certain areas. People may have knee pain, hip pain or back pain which may in fact be related to a problem not necessarily in the area where the pain presents. instead, the mechanics of body movement (or biomechanics to give the proper term) lead to issues of over use or stress in these parts of the body.
The purpose of the biomechanical assessment is to examine the muscles, joints and movement of the body to systematically establish why activity or movement may bring on symptoms. From this a treatment plan can then be prescribed which may include stretches, strengthening work or even orthotics (or insoles) to help facilitate more normal movements to prevent the symptoms.


Click on some the links below for details of some of the conditions we commonly see in our clinic and how we may help with your problem following a biomechanical assessment at our biomechanics clinic in Hamilton near Glasgow.


Why is The Treatment Hub clinic the best place to have your Biomechanical assessment?

We don't believe we should charge you for your biomechanical         assessment, we believe that we should only charge for any actual treatment we provide assuming we can help and you want our help!

As such, if after your full biomechanical assessment you don't think our treatment is for you then there is no charge.

Equally, if we don't think we can help there is no charge for the assessment

The truth is, that for any clinician to be able to diagnose your problem and prescribe orthotics, they must undertake a full biomechanical assessment to do this properly.

As such Orthotics @The Treatment Hub clinic in Hamilton (near Glasgow) don't feel you should pay twice for this and instead include         the biomechanical assessment costs within the total costs for your orthotics or future treatment costs. This means you have no hidden or additional costs of your treatment and will know the total cost of your treatment right from the beginning (regardless of how easy or difficult your problem may be to resolve!)

Orthotics @ The Treatment Hub are so confident in their ability to address your problem, that not only do we provide a free biomechanical assessment but we ALSO don't charge for your review appointments for the 3 months following the fitting of any orthotics regardless of how many times we see you. This unique part of our service is provided because we are so keen to be the best for customer service and to demonstrate our confidence in our ability.

No other biomechanical assessment clinic or orthotic provider in the Glasgow area or indeed in Scotland provides this approach!


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