Knee pain from cycling due to poor tracking | The significance of a biomechanical assessment

A proper bike fit should always start with a biomechanical assessment off the bike to determine the movement patterns of an individual. In this week’s case, this athlete was experiencing worsening right knee pain with hiking and cycling. We dwelve into the root cause of his knee pain, and perform a bike fit to help with his cycling mechanics. Changes made to his fit include cleat rotation, cleat wedges and a longer stem.

Keywords: physio burnaby vancouver bike fit physiotherapy assessment physiotherapist dry needling IMS

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