I’m arranging an appointment with a neurological physiotherapist. I’ve noticed small changes in gait and walking, which I’d like to work on now taking a preventative approach.
Can I check whether anyone has advice or experience in relation to the benefit of gait measures taken on a treadmill vs observational/videoing?
The physiotherapist I’m seeing offers the latter but has flagged where I can have some treadmill measures taken. I have hypermobile joints and one leg is a little longer than the other; I’m wondering whether treadmill analysis will be more precise and therefore beneficial. But it’s a hassle to organise separately.
If you’ve had neuro physiotherapy, did you have treadmill measures taken? If so, what value, if any, do you think it added to your physiotherapy plan compared to not having treadmill measures?
@cameron, I’d really welcome your thoughts as you previously provided extremely helpful insight on the benefits of early neurological physiotherapy.