The key to a successful bike assessment is to assess you, the rider, both on and off the bike.
If your bike is not fitted to you, you’re far more likely to develop problems later. If you cycle to work and wonder why your back, neck or knees hurt it maybe because of something simple like distance from your seat to handle bars. It may not be, but we can have a look at you and tell you why.
Your assessment will include:
The end result: your bike set up for you
Tobina has years of experience as a Physio & Cyclist, she leads our team and can be contacted on 020 7036 0280.
For more information about the assessment, keep on reading…
There are 2 elements to a successful bike assessment – the rider & the bike.
First up – we need to know about you
There are 3 core principles. which vary depending on your cycling discipline, Your fit will lean towards a setup which is based on one of these principles:
Next up – your body
Unlike other bike fits we assess the rider – we frequently find the source of an injury stems from your body, so we focus on rider-specific regions. Our assessment includes:
The data collected gives us a profile of you, the athlete, highlighting areas of potential weakness and instability that may be a source of dysfunction leading to pain and potential injury or an ineffective cycling style which leads to reduced performance.
Followed by – you on your bike
In order to gain vital information about your bike set up, your specialist bike physio needs to look at you on your bike. We will video you cycling on the Turbo trainer from various angles and use a software application to give us the stats! This tells us all we need to know:
Finally – the Physio bit
A bespoke rehabilitation program, established from the Musculoskeletal Assessment, will be tailored to focus on your deficits and your cycling specialist will issue you with a progressive exercise regime. We can supply you with:
If you have any uncertainties at all then email Tobina & book your 90 minute assessment now.
Peter S – 26th May 2019
My therapist is excellent at communicating what she is doing and why she is doing it. I feel completely safe .
Jessie Bull – 23rd May 2019
After years of pain in my shoulder and neck I saw Tim Galliver and he really made me feel comfortable and understand the mechanics of…
Sarah – 22nd May 2019
The Pilates is great. Zoe is awesome. Martin is a pretty average physio. As he is leaving I have switched to someone else and hopefully…
Catherine – 22nd May 2019
Friendly and welcoming reception staff. Great treatment from Jeremy who took time to explain reasons for my condition and how the treatment will help me.…
Stuart Davies – 22nd May 2019
Prognosis and treatment have been professional, clear, calm and effective.