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Jai Saxelby: Gait Analysis and Performance (Part 1)

In this first part of this video series, renowned pediatrist Jai Saxelby discusses how gait analysis might improve athletic performance.

Jai Saxelby is a Podiatrist with over 20 years experience in the biomechanical assessment and treatment of lower limb sports injuries. He started in 1990 when he worked on the GASP (Gait Analysis Shoe Prescription) Clinic at Sheffield University- Sports Science Unit.

In 2000 he started consultancy work with the Centre for Sport & Exercise Science (Sheffield Hallam University). Throughout this whole time he has assessed and treated athletes of all levels from amateur to elite Olympic athlete. In particular his interest is in endurance sports, especially running. Jai has competed in many marathons, ultra-distance and Ironman triathlon races.
In addition to his expertise in the assessment and treatment of foot & ankle conditions, he has extensive post-graduate training and experience in Biomechanics with a Post Graduate Diploma in Biomechanics from the University of Strathclyde and an MSc in Sports Science from Sheffield Hallam University where Sports Biomechanics was his specialist area.

  • Uploaded: 29.03.2017
  • Duration: 00:25.04
  • Views: 2145


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