We can help you! Whether your goal is to be a faster sprinter, to problem solve a recurring injury, or to minimize injury risk, we are here to help. When considering a gait analysis and changing run form it is important to consider that runners are individuals, and as individuals we are all different. Differences in anatomy result in differences in running mechanics. These differences need to be respected, and runners should not be “boxed” into a certain running form that their body is not meant to achieve. At The Running PTs we use an individualistic approach to gait analysis and running biomechanics correction that is second-to-none. We respect the individual runner and their goals when working towards achievable run form. In addition, we utilize an evidence-based approach to working on running mechanics that is supported by the literature. Our goal is to first “do-no-harm”, and ensure that we do not increase the risk of running injury by making unnecessary changes.