Foot and Ankle Pain

What do we mean by Foot and Ankle Pain?

We will ask when you contact us whether you can see something on your foot where the pain is, such as redness, callous or corns. If not, the pain is likely to be caused by overuse of certain structures within the foot or ankle- we call this functional pain. For instance, tendinitis, joint overuse or sprains and strains.
Foot deformities such as bunions can also cause pain elsewhere in the foot.

Why do I have Foot and Ankle pain?

There are many causes or foot and ankle pain. The most common cause of this is overuse, causing strain to the structures involved – such as tendinitis, plantar fasciitis or joint inflammation. It could also be due to a systemic illness such as gout, Rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes. We understand how Foot and Ankle pain can limit your activities and stop you from doing what you love.
Diagnostic of ankle pain

How can you treat foot and Ankle Pain?

The first thing to do when treating Ankle Pain will be to examine your foot/ankle thoroughly in order to establish what is causing the pain. Once the diagnosis is obtained (see biomechanical assessment) your podiatrist will be able to advise you on the most effective course of treatment for you. We want to get you active again as soon as possible.

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