Foot Mobilization Therapy
Foot mobilization therapy can help relieve pain and discomfort and can also restore the functioning of your feet. This is a manual therapy that uses joint manipulation and mobilization techniques and it can provide relief for a number of leg and foot conditions. This therapy is applied to the foot and as a result you will feel and move better without having to resort to unnecessary orthotics or surgery.
How It Works
This treatment therapy frees up any stiffness or restrictions in the foot joints by improving the joint positions. This allows the body to restore the movement and the structure of the foot naturally. Through gentle manipulation the joints are moved as they naturally would, which helps to break down any restrictions and encourages the removal of adhesions that are affecting the joint. This encourages the joints to operate in the best position possible. We will also provide you with simple exercises that will facilitate further improvement and will help maintain the proper joint position.
This is a simple and pain-free technique that diagnoses any misalignments in the ankle or the foot and then corrects them. All 33 joints and 26 bones are tested and adjusted accordingly. The therapy addresses the root problem and guides the foot towards complete self-healing. There are no side effects associated with this form of therapy and you can remain active following the treatments.
Conditions That Can Be Treated with Mobilization Therapy
Here are some of the many conditions that can be treated with this form of non-invasive therapy:
- High arches
- Flat feet
- Ankle pain
- Weak ankles
- Sprained ankles
- Arch pain
- Heel spurs
- Heel pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Arthritis in the foot
- General foot pain
- Posture problems
- Ankle and foot pain during pregnancy
- Achilles tendinitis
- Hammer toes
If you are suffering from aches and pains in one or both of your feet, it may be due to misalignment and restriction of the ankle and foot joints. This is one of the most overlooked conditions by health practitioners and it can easily be fixed. Sore, aching, stiff and heavy feet can be helped with this therapy without a previous diagnosis. Even when you can’t pinpoint the exact location of the pain and you feel discomfort in all areas of the foot, we can help. The ligaments, tendons and muscles that act as supporting structures can all be affected when the joints are misaligned.
Get back on your feet and learn more about foot mobilization therapy by contacting our office today!