Suffering from ankle pain
& foot pain?

Our expert physio & sports therapists can help you get back to full fitness as soon as possible

What are the symptoms of ankle or foot pain?

Ankle and foot injuries are common injuries in people of all ages and include minor to more acute conditions. There are 28 bones in the foot and ankle causing a higher risk of injuries and related complications. 

Common symptoms include stiffness or swelling, pain around toe joints, instability and difficulty in walking,  You may also experience pain in the sole, a sudden pain ‘popping’ sound, swelling or bruising. A ‘cracking sound’ or pain at the back of the heel or swelling tenderness and limited flexibility.

If you experience any of the following symptoms, please get in touch.

What treatments are best for
ankle pain or foot pain?

Physiotherapists use a wide range of treatments and techniques to help with ankle or foot pain, as well as offering advice on looking after your injury. Treatments your physiotherapist may suggest include hands-on mobilisation and manipulation of the joints, K-taping, rehabilitation exercise program, biomechanical analysis, gait analysis and corrective insoles. Our physiotherapists, at the Embankment Nottingham, fit PHITS 3D printed custom orthotics for comfort, running, golf, cycling, field sports and court sports.

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Sports Injury & Sports Movement Analysis

Biomechanical Analysis, Gait Analysis & Orthotics

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Hydrotherapy

What causes ankle pain & foot pain?

Pain in the ankle or foot can be caused by traumatic injury or gradual onset injuries. Whether it be a twisted ankle or heel pain from a gradual onset, we must start the treatment at the right level and progress carefully to full recovery.

Plantar Fasciitis is a common problem for runners and can be caused by multiple numbers of muscles around the ankle; either by the way, you use the ankle or by a true inflammation. Usually, there are parts of all of these in the problem. Physiotherapists will try and decided how much of each of these need to be treated in what order and how do we prevent it reoccurring.

How can Physiotherapy help ankle pain & foot pain?

Your physiotherapist will combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialised hands-on clinical skills. Depending on your condition, the root cause of the pain along with your symptoms and personal goals, your physiotherapist will devise a personalised treatment plan specific to your individual needs. 

You GP can refer you to us or you can arrange an appointment directly, Please call 0330 024 1377 if you’d like to speak to a member of the customer support team.

Clinic Locations:

Treatments for ankle pain and foot pain are available at all Response Physio clinics.

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WHY CHOOSE RESPONSE PHYSIO & SPORTS THERAPY
for Ankle & Foot Pain?

We are one of the UK’s leading providers of musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapy in the leisure, NHS, and corporate wellbeing markets.

Response physio & Sports Therapy delivers high-quality physiotherapy to patients across the UK. With a network of clinics, a team of qualified physiotherapists, we can offer a choice of clinics near you and personalised treatment plans to get you feeling better faster.

We offer flexible opening hours to suit busy lifestyles including early and late appointments, Saturday clinics, and remote clinics. There are no waiting lists and appointments are often available within 24 hours.

We accept NHS referrals, self-pay, and all major private health insurers, including AXA, BUPA, and Medico-legal.

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