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Hattie MacMillan

Podiatrist

Hattie graduated Podiatry from the University of South Australia and has a keen interest in biomechanics, strength and conditioning and orthopaedic podiatry. She also enjoys assisting recreational athletes to return to pain free sport and normal function following injuries. ​⠀

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The Biomechanics Lab is in North Pole.1 month ago
North Pole
Merry Xmas everyone! The team at TBL wish everyone a safe festive period. Look after yourself and those around you! We look forward to being back in the New Year on the 4th Jan!
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The Biomechanics Lab2 months ago
WE ARE HIRING! If you are our next Medical Receptionist, or know someone who would be great for this role, please get in touch.
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The Biomechanics Lab6 months ago
As explained in the previous videos, our ability to accurately measure the biomechanics of how you move is dependent on reflective markers applied to landmarks of your foot, ankle, knee, hip, pelvis and thorax.

We apply up to 64 markers to your body to describe how you move. This provides us a level of unprecedented detail that is not possible with standard 2D video gait analysis commonly seen in practice.

Take a look at it all in action.
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The Biomechanics Lab7 months ago
Take a look at how we approach individualised footwear for all of our patients. All of our podiatrists believe in prescribing the appropriate footwear for each patient, and we are lucky enough to continue to work with shoe companies such as ASICS to test and measure comfort of their shoes.
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The Biomechanics Lab7 months ago
The last segment of our 3-part series explains the data that we collect post Gait Analysis, in real time with the reflective markers and the report.
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The Biomechanics Lab7 months ago
New Blog alert! Achilles Tendinopathy, what is it? How can you get it? And what you can do if you have it. Click the link to find out more: https://www.thebiomechanicslab.com.au/what-is-achilles-tendinopathy/