Foot & Ankle Pain and Osteopathy

Osteopathy treatment for foot and ankle pain is an effective way give you pain relief and back doing the things you love. Below you can learn more about common elbow conditions Osteopaths treat.

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    Ankle Sprain

    An ankle sprain is when the ligaments that support the ankle get torn or overstretched. Most commonly the pain occurs on the outside of the ankle, but can also present on the inside of the ankle, with or without swelling and bruising. Common causes of an ankle sprain are when the foot rolls inwards during a sporting activity or when walking on an uneven surface.

    Your Osteopath can use a number of techniques encourage the ligament to heal and reduce the pain, techniques include ultrasound therapy or soft tissue release dependant on what your osteopath feels is appropriate for your individual needs.

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    Achilles Tendinopathy

    The Achilles tendon is the biggest and strongest tendon in the body that connects your calf muscle to the heel bone. Achilles tendinopathy causes pain, stiffness and swelling of the Achilles tendon, especially in the morning or after periods of prolonged sitting. Common causes of this include repetitive strain of this tendon from running and jumping for example.

    Your Osteopath can use a number of techniques help with Achilles tendinopathy, techniques include shockwave, ultrasound therapy or soft tissue release dependant on what your osteopath feels is appropriate for your individual needs.

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    Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar fasciitis can cause pain the heel, arch and bottom of the foot, especially in the morning.  The pain occurs as the band of tissue that supports the arch of the foot becomes inflamed and irritated. Common causes include repetitive or new impact activity, high arched feet and tight calf muscles.

    Your Osteopath can use a number of techniques help with Plantar fascitis, techniques include shockwave, ultrasound therapy or soft tissue release dependant on what your osteopath feels is appropriate for your individual needs.

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