1.0 INITIAL ASSESSMENT
A comprehensive 45 minute initial session to address the client’s issues and goals and to plan for each orthotic’s unique prescription.
1.1 SUBJECTIVE DATA
The what, when, where and how.
Subjective assessment is critical to understanding the client’s goals and how to achieve them.
1.2 CYCLE SHOE REVIEW
Are the current shoes helping or hindering?
Checking the cleat’s alignment & whether the shoe has the ideal width, length, depth and last to match to your foot types.
1.3 OBJECTIVE TESTING
Why is it happening & how to acheive it.
Specific tests to determine how the body is currently function and what to do in order to acheive the client’s goals.
1.4 FOOT MOULDING
The most important aspect of the assessment.
Regardless of the data collected, correct positioning of the foot during the molding process is vital to achieving successful outcomes from the orthotics.
2.0 PRECISION MÍK.FIT
The Precision Mík.Fit is a 60 minute session to fit the customised foot orthotics to the athlete.
Whilst the orthotics are prescribed to the athletes needs, they need to be “balanced” or finished off with the rider cycling on a fixed jig or turbo.
2.1 ORTHOTIC FIT
Checking the fit.
Weight-bearing assessment of the orthotic’s arch contours, heel cup heights & unique support networks specific to the client’s needs.
2.2 SHOE FIT
Every shoe is different.
The orthotics are interchangable but they are fitted speifically to the client’s primary shoes.
2.3 CLEAT ALIGNMENT
Things can move over time.
The cleat’s alignment is checked to ensure no unwanted variables are added to the equation.
2.4 PRECISION FIT
“Balancing” or finishing off of the orthotics.
On-bike testing of the orthotics to achieve the overall desired fit of the orthotics.
Ensuring a gold standard fit.
Minute tweaks are often part of the process to ensure an equally distributed fit across the whole foot.
2.6 YOURS TO PERFORM
It’s now up to you.
After a standard wearing-in process, it’s time to put them to the test.