Ankle & Foot Pain
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DO ANY OF THESE SOUND FAMILIAR?
✅ Do you have pain at the bottom of your foot in the morning?
✅ Do you often roll your ankle or don’t trust your ankle?
✅ Do you have aches or pains in your Achilles tendon or shin splints?
✅ Do you feel stiffness in your ankle or your foot?
✅ Do you have issues with balance?
YOUR PAIN OFTEN LIMITS MORE THAN YOU JUST WALKING AROUND
The ankle is the base for the whole body. An issue in your foot or ankle can lead to problems in the knee, hip, low back and so on. Keeping your ankle and foot strong and going through a range of motion routine daily can keep your joints primed for movement and minimize the risk of shock being absorbed into higher up joints instead of the foot where it should be absorbed.
How we are Different with Treatment
Very similar to how the foot and ankle can cause issues higher up, issues from higher up can cause problems in the foot. Our therapists will likely work through the entire lower kinetic chain of the body to help pinpoint the root cause of your problem and reduce the risks of flare ups in the future. Our therapists are very skilled with their sense of touch and determining which specific ranges of motion and mobility may be lacking between small bones that could be causing a much larger issue.
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ONE ON ONE WITH A THERAPIST
STEP 1: GET TO KNOW & UNDERSTAND YOU
✅THOROUGH INTAKE PROCESS
✅ONE HOUR OF UNDIVIDED ATTENTION TO DISCUSS YOUR PAIN & INJURY HISTORY
✅IDENTIFY YOUR GOALS
STEP 2: ASSESS THE CAUSES OF YOUR PAIN
✅EVALUATE THE AREA(S) YOU ARE FEELING DISCOMFORT
✅ANALYZE YOUR ENTIRE BODY FOR COMPENSATIONS AND CONTRIBUTING FACTORS THAT MAY BE CAUSING YOUR PAIN
✅DETERMINE KEY PRIORITIES TO ELIMINATE YOUR PAIN AND PREVENT IT FROM RE-OCCURING
✅CREATE A PLAN TO CORRECT THE FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO YOUR PAIN
STEP 3: START YOUR JOURNEY TO PAIN FREE
✅DISCUSS HOW WE WILL ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS AS A TEAM, REDUCING RELIANCE ON THERAPY
✅ADDRESS ANY & ALL QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR INJURY, YOUR PLAN AND YOUR JOURNEY TO PAIN-FREE
✅RECEIVE AN INTRODUCTION INTO TREATMENT AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SELF TREATMENT
No! Even if you no longer have as much pain as you did the first time you rolled it, this still indicates there is an issue. If you have proper strength and stability you should not be rolling your ankle at all regardless of your previous injury history. When you train your ankle for the positions and movements you are asking it to do day to day or while exercising it will start to improve over time, leading to less instability.
There are multiple interlocking bones within the foot and ankle that can become stiff for various reasons and when these bones are not sitting correctly it can cause certain joints to lock up.
No this is not normal. This can often be indicative that you have plantar fasciitis which is an irritation of the fascia at the bottom of your foot. Fascial lines that start at the bottom of your foot actually follow a line up the back of your body and around to your forehead so the issue might not be coming from your foot at all.
Cold feet can be due to a medical issue so we always suggest talking to your physician first but cold feet can also be caused by a lack of circulation due to tight muscles or tight connective tissue that is putting pressure on your arteries. One way to increase circulation is to activate those muscles and get them warmed up by doing circles with your ankle, calf raises or even some band work.
Balance issues can come from multiple systems within the body, but some balance problems can come from your base of support which is your feet. If you do not have proper control of your toes and your arch then it could be causing you to have poor balance overall.
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