Is ankle foot and heel pain common?
According to recent evidenced based research, approximately 10% americans seek medical help primarily for heel pain secondary to plantar fascitis. There are many other ailments leading to foot and ankle pain such as sprain, strain, tendinitis, and arthritis.
The ankle foot complete is made up of the bones of the lower leg (tibia and fibula) forming an arch over the talus bone in the foot and is connected to several other small bones of the foot. The arch is dynamic and it flattens and restores its shape depending on the weight force it withstands during various activities such as standing, walking, jumping and running.
What type of treatment do you have for foot & ankle pain relief?
At Dynamic Physical Therapy, our expert physical therapists have years of training in evaluating the movement of your foot, ankle and legs. We perform an analysis of your foot and ankle joints as well as the muscles in your legs. Furthermore, our physical therapist analyzes your walking and running patterns to determine the root cause of your foot pain or ankle pain so it can be treated quickly and effectively. Trust us to help you relieve your pain quickly and restore your normal walking / running activities.
What type of conditions do you usually treat?
Our expert physical therapy staff are successfully treating conditions such as:
- Plantar Fascitis
- Ankle foot sprians
- Achilles tendonitis
- Peroneal tendonitis
- Foot drop due to nerve injury
- Diabetic feet
- Sports injuries.
- Flat feet
- Chronic foot pain
- Hallux Valgus
- Post surgery of ankle feet: corrective surgery or following a trauma
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