Advanced skills and technologyA combination certain to get to the root causes of problems
The Biomechanics Clinic is based at The Westoe Practice which is a multi disciplinary centre for health and wellbeing situated in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, providing an array of professional and complementary therapies. The practice has been established for over 22 years, opened in 1995 by Dean Glozier, with the vision of creating a team of the North East's top health professionals.
We have invested in both highly skilled practitioners, quality facilities, and leading-edge technology. At the forefront of Biomechanics, we can ensure that you will receive the very best possible level of care and treatments.
A calm relaxed environmentFriendly staff and an oasis of calm
It's very important to us that you're comfortable throughout your appointment, so we have a peaceful waiting area with magazines, refreshments, washroom facilities with full disabled access, and friendly reception staff on hand to help.
We are open:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday from 9.00am to 6.00pm,
Thursday 9.00 to 8.30pm,
Saturday 9.00 to 4.30pm.
We believe that people should be able to move without pain or discomfort, and that unnecessary pain should not keep you from living an active life. We believe that foot function is paramount to posture and the human kinetic chain. We believe that it is important to address the effect that the foot has on the entire body as well as the effect that the body has on the foot.
We are unique in our approach and rather than just focusing on your pain or problems, we focus on YOU! We’re interested in how you move, breathe, walk, sit, sleep, run, lift, etc.
Your health and wellbeing are very important to us.
Everyone is unique in the way they walk or run, so our practitioners are trained to identify any imbalances and alignment problems. We use a comprehensive Biomechanical Assessment protocol, functional movement tests, video and force plate gait analysis to identify any dysfunction and establish the cause of your injury and pain. Individual treatment programs can then be formulated to assist and prevent injuries from occurring.
Remember… Where the pain is, the problem often isn’t.