Foot and ankle injuries can be debilitating. If you are looking for foot and ankle physical therapy, choosing the right physical therapist is a must, as it can have a significant impact on the success of the treatment and recovery time. With MedAmerica, you can rest assured that our specialists will work with you to ensure fast recovery and help you enjoy a pain-free life.

How can you be sure seeing a Med America licensed Physical Therapist is the right option?

Foot and ankle pain can have an adverse effect on your day-to-day functioning and movement. Hence, it is important to get specialist physical therapy to alleviate the pain and restore function and movement.

Some of the reasons for foot and ankle pain include the following:

  • Sports injury
  • Degenerative changes
  • Injury to muscle, joints, ligaments, tendons and/or nerves
  • Infection
  • Lupus
  • Improper alignment of the lower limbs
  • Arthritis
  • Poor stability
  • Ill-fitted shoes
  • Lack of mobility
  • Lack of strength in stabilizing muscles

The causes of foot and ankle pain are wide-ranging, however, our specialists are experienced and skilled to diagnose the cause and provide the right physical therapy. We work to improve your quality of life.

Treating foot and ankle pain

The structure of the ankle and foot is quite complex and any issue with them can affect the functioning not only of your back, hip and knees, but also your posture. We have the right diagnostic tools to evaluate the cause and suggest the right physical therapy to eliminate the pain.

Our specialist physical therapists have years of experience and training to assess the movement of your legs, ankles and feet. We perform a thorough analysis of your foot and ankle joints, and of your leg muscles and running and walking patterns. This helps us identify the root cause and treat it quickly and effectively. Contact us today to combat foot and ankle pain, and you will be able to lead a pain-free life.

Foot and Ankle Related Conditions We Treat

  • Achilles tendon injuries and other tendon disorder
  • Instability of ankle and foot joints
  • Heel pain
  • Arthritis
  • Fracture of the foot or ankle
  • Deformities of the foot and/or ankle
  • Flat feet
  • Sports and traumatic injuries
  • Rheumatoid arthritis of the foot and ankle
  • Peroneal tendonitis
  • Stress fractures
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Severe disease
  • Poor balance
  • Walking difficulty

Contact us at MedAmerica today to book an appointment to consult with our physical therapists and chiropractors. We have a team of highly skilled specialists who work together to help regain the joy of living without pain.