Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics takes running to a whole new level. Whether you are an experienced runner or new to running, professional or recreational, a sprinter or a distance runner, young or old, injured or running pain-free, we have the running experience to help you.
At Titletown, runners are video assessed with our state-of-the-art SIMI motion-capture software using LED markers placed on a runner’s specific joints to capture the correct anatomical joint measurements with every step. The force plate in our treadmill also captures pressures throughout a runner’s stride for information on exact points of contact during each step.
Each Running Assessment includes:
- A recorded video assessment complete with our SIMI motion-capture software
- An evaluation of strength and flexibility along with additional specific special tests to measure for injury complaints
- A take home report with photos of key points in a runner’s stride and a report of the foot mapping technology provided by our pressure sensitive treadmill
- Gait retraining instructions with a personalized home program to address assessment findings
- Access to a team of sports medicine professionals including running experts, physical therapists, licensed athletic trainers, primary care physicians and orthopedic surgeons dedicated to helping you reach your running goals
Please call (920) 430-4890 for pricing, as health insurance coverage may apply and may vary.
Team and group rates are also available. Each assessment is 90 minutes.
"I had an appointment with an orthopedic doctor about an injury I had while running. He referred me to a physical therapist in the Bellin Movement Performance Lab. When I started working with the therapist, I was not unable to run at all. She suggested more advanced therapy and then a video/computer assessment of my running form. This running assessment revealed that I was not running correctly. If I did not correct my running form, I was going to continue to have the same issues. The results I achieved were way beyond what I thought was going to happen. I feel strong when I am running. This program worked for me because it gave me immediate visual and sensory feedback on how to perform my exercises correctly and engage the muscles that needed to be working."
"I’ve had foot sprains, ankle sprains, achilles tendonitis, elbow tendonitis, and the list goes on. There’s many times that I was told I shouldn’t continue competing, but with the help of a lot of athletic trainers and doctors I was able to survive through college. Once I joined a professional team I realized that I wouldn’t be able to just “survive” my injuries anymore. So, I returned to Green Bay and the Movement Lab. Since my visit, I’ve not only been able to strengthen my weaker muscles, but also train them to fire more when needed in my skiing movements. I’ve learned so much from my session and I can’t wait to see what I can improve on next!
Thanks, Bellin team, for helping me pursue my Olympic dreams!"
"Working with athletes, you realize how many problems they have, and it is sometimes very complicated to fix them. You need people who understand their business. You need professional people, and you need the right tools to do it step by step. So many runners try to make it and suffer from little injuries and never really are solving their problems. Applying these tools – not just the exercise program, but the evaluation, the assessment, seeing themselves running – hopefully all of these things now convinced the athletes that they’ll benefit in the future from doing the assessment. Hopefully we can come back one year from now to see how far they got."
"Today I learned a lot about running style, about how someone runs. Because you don’t know how you run. You just run, but you don’t know what’s going on in your body. It will benefit me a lot by doing some things that can help improve my running and make better movements."
"I learned a lot, because today I saw how I run. I can see my weaknesses, and I can improve my running. I will change a lot, because I will do exercises to work my weaknesses."
"It was very cool. I learned a lot more about exercises, something that will help me next time toward my focus and racing. It is a benefit, so long as you use it wisely, it will help you."
"I was diagnosed with Osteochondritis dissecans in late fall 2010. I was put on crutches for 8 weeks to rest my knee. When I returned, I improved the left knee, but had irritated the right knee. I wanted to get back to my sports: running, soccer, and riding my pony. I was evaluated and my parents and I agreed to try the program. Now, I have great control on the soccer field; my knee does not hurt and feels stable. It is strong. I got my life back."