Asymmetries on the bike | The posterior view during the fitting process

A good bike fit will attempt to create symmetry for a cyclist while on their bike. The bike is a symmetrical tool, but the body has a lot of asymmetries big and small. In this week’s case studies, we look at the cyclists pelvis (what is plural for pelvis? pelvises? pelves?) from a posterior view, and discuss common asymmetrical patterns.

Keywords: physio burnaby vancouver bike fit physiotherapy assessment physiotherapist dry needling IMS gait assessment biomechanics manual therapy IMS acupuncture exercise prescription rehabilitation

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