Running Assessment

A running assessment consists of:

  • a detailed history of your running career, current training mileage, training methods and goals;
  • functional movement screen to assess any flexibility and strength deficits that could contribute to poor running technique;
  • a detailed video gait analysis on the treadmill. (The goal here is not to deconstruct running gait but to work with it to improve efficiency in running style and eliminate asymmetry);
  • running drills to improve technique;
  • one or two cues to put into practice on weekly runs;
  • an evidence based strength and conditioning program appropriate for your current level of strength to improve running economy and to assist in injury prevention.

There will also be time to address any questions on training plans and guidance on race preparation if you have an event coming up.

Follow up sessions can be booked on a one by one basis as needed but if you’re looking for a more structured approach for best performance for an event or whilst overcoming injury, see details of our discounted package below.

Running Clinic Assessment


    Booking Time: 60 Minutes
    Price: £110

Our Running Specialists

Mary Fon Sing

Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor

Mary graduated from University of Melbourne in 2011 and has recently moved to London from Melbourne to explore more of Europe. As a physiotherapist certified in Clinical Pilates and working at the Commonwealth Games 2018, Mary enjoys working with patients recovering from spinal problems and sports injuries.

Patients’ goals, especially returning back to work and sports, is one of Mary’s main focus areas when treating her patients.

Mary has a keen interest in sports injuries and spinal conditions.

Her physiotherapy management includes manual therapy, Pilates driven exercise rehabilitation, dry needling and taping. Mary also specialises in pelvic floor, abdominal muscle training, breathing awareness, postural and ergonomic education in her management.

In her spare time, Mary is an avid volleyball player, martial arts enthusiast and likes chasing waves to surf. Last but not least, she speaks French and can help out if you’re lost in translation!

Chris Cleaver MCSP

Chris qualified as a physiotherapist in 2014 at Sheffield Hallam University and more recently completed a Masters degree. He has worked in a large variety of clinical settings before his current position as a team lead at the St John's Therapy Centre for the NHS.

Chris has a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and aims to create therapy programmes tailored to his clients' specific needs. His in-depth approach allows him to not only get people better, but keep them that way.

His therapy skills include manual therapy, massage, acupuncture, sports specific rehab, taping and exercise therapy. Additionally he has a specialist interest in treating knee, foot and lower back pain.

Chris is a sports lover with his biggest passion coming from cycling and competing in triathlons. He also loves to try his competitive hand at anything from basketball to golf.

Ali has worked as a musculoskeletal and sports physio for over 15 years.

A skiing accident led her to treatment by a physio and she was so impressed that she became one!

Ali loves working with weekend warriors and those who have a goal but have not managed to achieve it. She specialises in return to running pain-free with a full assessment and training programme. As a marathon runner herself, she understands just how frustrating an injury can be.

It's not just the sporty people that Ali likes to work with. Patients with ongoing aches and pains who need a really clear diagnosis and plan of action to improve are just as rewarding to work with. Ali has extensive experience in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of necks, backs, hips, knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows and wrists. She uses a range of treatments including manual therapy, acupuncture, Pilates, taping and exercise programmes. Her background of working with pre and post-operative patients allows her to tailor the prehab and rehab plan for each patient, communicating directly with Orthopaedic Consultants if needed.

Ali would like everyone to be as active as they can be to reach their potential of both mental and physical stamina to cope with life's demands.

As well as working in clinic, she puts her skills to use pitchside having worked with two local clubs, Battersea Ironsides Rugby Club and Spencer which has six different sports including cricket, hockey, tennis, squash and netball. Internationally, she has treated the Irish Womens' hockey team in the Europeans. She hung up her own hockey stick last year and took to river paddle boarding for a fun core workout between her running and cycling days.

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Saturday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Sunday: 9.00am – 2.00pm

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