Yes it does! In most cases, pain at the joints (knees, hips, ankles, wrists, shoulders) are due to a bad position on the bike. A difference of even a few millimeters can have a great impact on the body, gesture pedaling is reproduced thousands of times during rides. (4:00 training, 90 pedal revolutions per minute average = 21,600 pedal strokes). The body functions as a whole, a wedge shoes before too can have a direct impact on your pelvis, your knee or your hip. If pain persists after the bike fit we advise you to still control this by a therapist.