(CFO’s) control abnormal position and movement of the foot. Whilst standing or walking, the heel and midfoot are held in a more stable position. This allows the foot to function more efficiently during weight-bearing and propulsion.
Shoes and runners play an important part in optimum foot biomechanics. All shoes are not created equal. We advise on the most appropriate running shoe for you problems.
We at LCBL have years of experience working at some of the major children’s hospitals and clinics around Ireland and the UK. We advise parents on the appropriate course of action in relation to child biomechanics.