Anatomy in Motion

Anatomy in Motion, or AiM for short is a therapeutic movement technique with a focus on the foot.

As human beings, our most fundamental movement pattern starts when we are infants: crawling and rolling, eventually leading to our most important movement pattern: walking (or gait). Every bone, muscle, and ligament in the body is activated during gait, and AiM recognizes the importance of the foot in proper muscle activation.

Very often an injury or lifestyle attribute will cause an altered gait pattern. This gait pattern can quickly become permanent, but can cause problems of it’s own.

Using AiM techniques, the position of the various bones in the foot can quickly be assessed and corrective exercises can be used to restore normal function. To learn more about AiM, visit the website and view this video.