Foot Physical Therapy Beaumont

Foot Physical Therapy Beaumont

Foot Physical Therapy Beaumont | Impact Physio
Foot Physical Therapy

Foot Physical Therapy Beaumont

A physical therapist can assist a patient in relieving foot pain. According to a scientific review of studies, one-quarter of the population suffers from frequent foot pain. This pain could perhaps limit mobility, lower one's quality of life, and impair one's ability to perform routine tasks.
Don't let pain control how you live and what you can do. Consult our Impact Physio and Sport Clinic physician about scheduling testing and getting started on solutions if you live around Beaumont. Physical therapy can help with many types of Foot Pain by providing the necessary modalities and exercise training to rectify anatomical issues, improve posture, and reduce pain.
common causes

Causes of Foot Pain

Poor lifestyle choices or a medical condition can cause foot pain. Inflammation of the bones and ligaments in the foot can be caused by trauma or disease. Arthritis is another common source of foot pain. Intense burning pain, numbness, or tingling may result from damage to the nerves in the feet.

Some common causes of foot pain include:

  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Bone spurs
  • Broken foot
  • Corns and calluses
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Flat Feet
  • Gout
  • High heels or poorly fitting shoes
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Paget’s disease of bone
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Raynaud’s disease
  • Reactive arthritis
  • Retrocalcaneal bursitis
  • Septic arthritis
  • Stress fractures
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Finding Functionality Problems

Finding Functionality Problems and Related Issues

Physical therapy frequently has a two-pronged approach. In addition to helping you ensure that the muscles, joints, and bones in the affected area are operating more normally, the therapist will work with you to relieve any discomfort or pain you may be feeling there.
Physical therapists might also work with you on abilities like balance, gait, and the capacity to bear weight while addressing the issues with the feet. If you have foot pain, every one of these functionalities could be affected; you might not even be aware that you're walking differently to compensate for the pain or that your balance has been affected.
Similarly, problems with functionality could be the source of your pain. For example, your feet may experience problems if you have a bad gait due to an injury or condition elsewhere in your body. Physical therapy in these situations might not even focus on your foot because the underlying issue could be with your legs or hips.
Physical Therapy

What to Expect in Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a crucial component of rehabilitation, whether you're recovering from foot surgery or a sprained ankle. Sport injuries are one area of specialization for physical therapists. Your physical therapist examines your injury at the initial visit. Then they devise a strategy to aid in your recovery to full strength.
Your ankle and foot are strengthened during physical therapy using exercises and movements. These techniques can also reduce discomfort. You can begin other treatments as soon as your foot or ankle can support some weight again. You can anticipate some of the following exercises:
  • Wobble board work
  • Squats
  • Slant board stretches
  • Weighted ball work
  • Towel stretches
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Stationary biking
You might receive home exercises from your physical therapist. In this manner, you can strengthen your ankle and foot. Although it may be difficult, performing physical therapy exercises at home will hasten your recovery. Therefore, you'll schedule physical therapy appointments over the coming weeks or months.
Your doctor develops a comprehensive rehabilitation plan for your specific foot or ankle injury. Additionally, taking painkillers may be advised by your doctor. You may need to use crutches to prevent further damage to your foot or ankle. Consult your doctor about the best shoes and supports to wear during and after rehabilitation.

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Make an appointment with our staff today to begin your journey toward a life without foot pain! Our passionate physical therapists at Impact Physio & Sport Clinic will work with you to identify the source of the pain and manage it.

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