Foot Mobilisation

What is Foot Mobilisation?

Soft Tissue Foot Mobilisation is an intervention to help with injuries in the foot and lower leg. It is a gentle treatment and can help improve the function of various lower limb conditions, including Achilles’ tendinopathies, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains and most muscular and ligamentous injuries, leading to improved foot posture control.
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Why do I need Foot Mobilisation?

Soft tissue Foot Mobilisation releases tissue which can get stressed or strained by being enclosed in shoes throughout the day and through everyday walking on flat, hard, surfaces. Mobilisation can help following surgery to reduce swelling and to release painful ‘knots’ in calf muscles.
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How can Foot Mobilisation help me?

Soft Tissue Mobilisation is achieved by using isolated movements of soft tissue fibers, muscular or ligamentous, with the intention of improving circulation, restoring flexibility and fiber alignment. As the movement occurs this reduces any tension in the muscles and ligaments, enhancing circulation, improving neurological response, and restoring and improving the function of the tissues post-injury or post-surgery. As an added benefit it feels very relaxing and optimises recovery.

Restoration of movement leads to improved mobility whether for everyday life or for high energy activity.

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