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Ankle and Foot Pain

Sharp or dull aching pain on the ankle or foot when loading your foot during standing. May be caused by injury to connective tissue, repetitive strain or fracture.



Injuries: Sprains, fractures, strains.

Arthritis: Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout.

Plantar Fasciitis: Inflammation of the plantar fascia.

Tendinitis: Inflammation of tendons (Achilles tendinitis).

Flat Feet: Fallen arches leading to strain.

Bursitis: Inflammation of bursae (fluid-filled sacs).

Nerve Compression: Such as tarsal tunnel syndrome.

Stress Fractures: Small cracks in bones due to overuse.

Bunions: Bony bumps forming at the base of the big toe.

Morton's Neuroma: Thickening of tissue around a nerve in the ball of the foot.


Pain: Sharp, dull, aching, or throbbing pain.

Swelling: Around the affected area.

Stiffness: Reduced range of motion.

Bruising: Often seen with injuries.

Tenderness: Sensitive to touch or pressure.

Numbness/Tingling: Especially with nerve-related issues.

Redness/Warmth: Sign of inflammation or infection.

Deformities: Visible changes in foot or ankle shape.

How We Fix Ankle and Foot Pain


Manual Therapy

Hands-on techniques to mobilize joints and soft tissues, reduce stiffness, and improve movement.

Therapeutic Exercises

Strengthening and stretching exercises to improve muscle support, enhance flexibility, and restore normal function.


Strengthening and Loading Exercises

Education and exercises to increase strength and muscle load resistance, reducing strain on the muscles and joints.

Ergonomic Training

Advice on workspace setup and daily activities to minimize strain.

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Pain Relief Modalities

Use of heat/cold therapy, ultrasound, or electrical stimulation to reduce pain and inflammation.

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