Physical Therapy For Foot And Ankle Pain

Physical Therapy For Foot/Ankle Pain


The foot has many functions: it assists in supporting our body weight and it propels our legs forward while we walk. It is a shock absorber and it helps us to keep our balance when we are navigating on uneven ground. The foot is made up of twenty-six bones, thirty-three joints and is layered with more than 120 muscles, ligaments and nerves. By comparison the ankle contains only three bones, however it supports most of a person’s weight while standing. With their complexity and multiple functions, the foot and ankle are susceptible to many types of overuse syndromes and injuries. Whether you’ve suffered an injury, or are in chronic foot and ankle pain, our physical therapists will work with your physician to evaluate and treat your condition. Our individualized physical therapy for foot and ankle pain works to address the conditions that keep you from living your life to the fullest. By performing manual therapy techniques, therapeutic modalities, stretching/strengthening exercise, home taping technique instruction, or by making custom orthotics, our physical therapists will help you gain relief of your foot and ankle pain so that you can get back to the activities that you desire.

Common injuries treated with Physical Therapy for foot and ankle pain:

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These neighborhood physical therapy clinics provide Foot and Ankle Care, click to schedule an appointment or learn more.


Aquatic Therapy Center
Arlington
Bellevue
Bothell Physical Therapy
Burien
Crossroads (Bellevue)
Eastside Redmond Physical Therapy
Issaquah (Lake Sammamish)
Lake Stevens Physical Therapy
Lynnwood
Mercer Island Physical Therapy
Meridian Physical Therapy In Puyallup
North Bend Physical Therapy
Palm Desert Physical Therapy And Golf Center
Puyallup (South Hill)
Puyallup (Summit)
Puyallup (Sunrise)
Seattle (University) Physical Therapy
Smokey Point (Marysville) Physical Therapy
Snoqualmie Physical Therapy
South Lake Union Physical Therapy
Totem Lake (Kirkland)