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Foot and Ankle Pain Relief

What is Foot and Ankle Pain Relief?

We use our feet and ankle everyday and pain from this area can be life-impacting.
Consequently, you might avoid stairs, walking, or getting outside with your kids or grandkids.
Our skilled physical therapists will perform a thorough examination of your body in conjunction
with your goals and needs to determine the best plan of care. Get back to what you love doing
with our highly trained physical therapists that can accurately diagnose your condition and give
you individualized exercises to reduce pain and improve your function. Make an appointment
with our trained physical therapists today!

How Can Physical Therapy Help with Your Foot & Ankle Pain?

Physical therapy can help but firstly, accurately diagnosing your ankle or foot issue is
critical. Secondly, your physical therapist will watch how your entire body moves to determine
the best, most effective exercises to prescribe. Lastly, treatment can consist of soft tissue
massage, joint mobilizations, myofascial release, strengthening exercises, education,
stretching, and electrical stimulation. Ankle-specific tools such as a
balance board or Airex pad may be used to help accelerate stability. Your physical therapist
may recommend specific shoes, footwear, or orthotics .

How Does Foot & Ankle Pain Occur?

The ankle and foot are complicated joints with many bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles all
interacting for their complex functions . Because of this complexity, foot and ankle pain can
develop from arthritis, overuse, muscle or tendon strain or sprain, tarsal tunnel syndrome
(nerve sensitivity or inflammation in the foot), fractures, plantar fasciitis , metatarsalgia,
tendinitis , and arch pain. Our physical therapists can identify weaknesses all along the
kinetic chain (one body part affecting another) and give you exercises to target those areas.
For example, research has shown that hip strengthening exercises are beneficial to the
management and prevention of recurrent ankle instability.

Avoid medication and painful surgeries and see one of our highly skilled
physical therapists today

What Makes Agile Different In Treating Your Foot & Ankle Pain?

At Agile, we take a multifactorial approach to pain management. Shared decision making and
evidence-based medicine are the pillars of our treatments. We get you active as soon as
possible within the limitations of your foot and ankle injury. There are exercises you can do
TODAY to help decrease your current foot and ankle pain. Make an appointment with an
Agile physical therapist today!

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