Response Physio & Sports Therapy clinics are home to world-class physiotherapists and sports therapists, offering orthopaedic physio and holistic treatments for a wide range of foot and ankle injuries and conditions.
The foot and ankle are made up of an intricate network of bones, tendons and ligaments that are designed to be weight-bearing so we can walk, stand and run. Damage to any of these parts within the toes, arch, heel, ball, sole or ankle can cause mild to severe pain, leaving you with restricted mobility and unable to carry out your daily activities. The complexity of the foot structure means that problems can be difficult to diagnose without a professional, so an in-depth assessment by a qualified physiotherapist is essential.
Response Physiotherapists use proven techniques to treat foot and ankle pain, such as sprained ankles, healing broken bones, stress fractures, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis foot, gout, Achilles tendonitis, nerve damage, shin splint, sciatica, and bone spurs. If you are experiencing sore or hurting feet/ankles, book an appointment with a specialist near you.
How can physiotherapy help foot and ankle pain?
Physiotherapists use a wide range of treatments and techniques to help with your pain, as well as offer advice on looking after your injury. Foot and ankle injuries are extremely common among athletes and other physically active individuals; our sports rehabilitation experts can create a tailored plan to get you back to doing what you do best. Our tried-and-tested treatments help reduce pain, increase flexibility and strengthen the muscles to better support the weight-bearing structures.
As foot pain can have so many causes, our diagnostic team will carry out a detailed assessment and diagnose your condition before treatment. Only then can we be confident that your foot pain treatment targets the ‘right’ cause of your foot pain.
How we can help
We have a network of Chartered Physiotherapists located nationwide, who are experienced in assessing and treating mild to chronic foot pain and ankle pain issues with proven methods including manual physio, hydrotherapy, reflexology, sports movement analysis, K-taping, acupuncture, orthotics, biomechanics, sports massage, exercise and more.
Our Physiotherapists will combine their in-depth knowledge of the body with successful hands-on techniques to treat your foot pain and decrease the likelihood of recurrence. We will design a personalised treatment plan that takes into consideration factors such as your age, the cause of your pain, mobility, fitness goals and existing medical conditions.