Slow motion gait analysis + 2d pressure analysis

We specialize in video gait analysis and foot pressure analysis utilising a 2d digital analysis system and electronic pressure sensing device to record and analyse the gait frame by frame in slow motion. This can be very helpful in helping us to ascertain the mechanism behind an injury.

If we believe that the root cause of the injury is poor lower limb mechanics and that a structure orĀ  tissue is overloaded/overstressed and becoming damaged secondary to this, we will devise a treatment plan to alter this.

This could mean a change of shoe, a foot orthotic device, a heel raise, stretching or strengthening execises or joint mobilization to enhance joint function.

Following treatment the gait can then be re- analysed to look for kinematic changes (changes in the motion or alignment)

Our Staff


Scott Shand BSc Pod

Director and head Podiatrist

Scott specialises in the treatment of foot and ankle pathologies using a combination of manual therapy, shockwave and laser therapy and custom designed and fabricated orthotics. Scott is Director and chief Designer at Epione Orthotics.


Pamela and Sandra are our front of house team. They are always on hand to answer your questions and queries in a friendly and professional manner.




Absolutely top-notch service. A friendlier place you will not find! Everyone is so pleasant, patient, they really listen to you and address your concerns like the true professionals they are. They are knowledgeable and the results were fantastic. Highly recommend The Shand Practice.


“Central location with on street parking outside. Great service and flexible appointments. I have been to the practice for various injuries and pains such as ‘shin splints’ and plantar plate issues. Treatment included; massage, acupuncture, review on how I was running (treadmill) and I was also given exercises to do at home and lots information and tips to stop the problem reoccurring. I would like to thank Scott as it never has! A family run business who care about their clients and the results.”



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