I've been to Emma for 2 bikes and she's been great, she is back at work but I think currently over in Spain. Ithink she said she's got a couple of other physios working for her who are doing fits whilst she is away. The other great part about a fit from Emma is that as she is a physio, you can claim it with your private health
I recently had my first ever bike fit on trainer, done by Viddy. The most significant adjustment made was the cleat position: as far as I can remember, when I got my cycling shoes (over four years ago) they didn't do any testing of the cleat position on me, and they were much too far forward. The change made an immediate difference to my riding!
Then, a bit of luck this week: a few days ago I happened to post on my facebook about a mild sore knee (not usual for me), and it being a concern for upcoming ATB, and Baudman told me that Emma Coulson would be doing bike fits at Fed Square on Ride to Work Day. So I went along this morning (setting out on my bike at 5:40, to maximise my chances of getting a fit!) What transpired: having too-long cranks is a big concern for knee injuries. In early September I'd had my crankset changed to a compact (I'd had no idea before then, that my alloy women-specific bike had a 39 t ring.... although that had been an improvement on how I'd been previously climbing hills on the middle ring - 42 t- on my flat-bar!) The bike place doing the crankset change had put on 172.5 mm cranks (old ones had been 165 mm) without asking me first. So now I'll have to buy new cranks (since the old ones only fit standard cranksets) - will see if I can get a discount under the circumstances! So anyway, great timing that I found this out before ATB at least.... especially after having started to experience problems!
Emma said that according to a study (and I'm guessing she meant a study in relation to long-term injury prevention) I should ideally be using 150 mm cranks! (She said 165 mm were fine though.... so even having subsequently figured that I can't use my old ones on a compact crankset, I'm guessing I still should go with 165, in case any shorter might make me too slow climbing hills.) She also moved my seat further back.... said she couldn't do a precise fit because of the ground being uneven (and anyway I'll need to get re-fitted after changing the cranks) but the seat going further back would have applied regardless of evenness of ground