Nexus Running Analysis (NR)
How does this analysis help you in running?
As running is becoming a more popular activity, the number of injuries caused by running has also increased. Despite our best efforts to get people back to running without pain, we realized that there are limitations in using only our eyes to identify the causes of movement dysfunction. We believe that any running analysis without the benefit of high speed cameras has limitations in identifying problems. High speed cameras allow us to see subtle movement abnormalities that are not visible to the naked eye. This is especially true when analyzing runners at higher velocities. These videos also provide the ability for our professionals to understand and incorporate each individuals' unique physiology and running style into every analysis.
NR – Fundamental 90 min
NR = $195 (evaluation only)
NR package = $270 (evaluation +1 follow up)
Follow up visit = $135
NR2 – Computerized Biomechanical Analysis 2D 2 hours
NR2 = $285 (evaluation only)
NR2 Package = $360 (evaluation + 1 follow up)
Follow up visit = $135
NR3 – Computerized Biomechanical Analysis 3D
What is 2D analysis ?
This includes 2D running analysis with the latest technology with high speed cameras and evaluation by a physical therapist.
LED markers are placed on specific joints to provide instant joint angle measurements.
Video will be captured from sagittal (side) view, frontal (front) view and posterior (back) view. This is designed for someone who is having minor pain while running or has sustained running injury.
This appointment takes 2 hours.
Physical therapist will determine if you will benefit from 3D analysis after the evaluation.
What is 3D analysis?
This is the most comprehensive running analysis. This analysis includes postural, joint mobility, strength assessment performed by a physical therapist and 3D motion analysis that provides information not only in sagittal and frontal views but also in transverse movement such as excess trunk rotation and pelvic rotation. This is performed by a physical therapist and personalized instruction will be provided based on the evaluation and the motion analysis.
2D analysis must be performed before doing 3D analysis. Our physical therapists will determine if you may benefit from 3D analysis to improve your movement pattern.