Don't Suffer With Foot Pain
Breaking Down Foot Pain
Our feet are constantly under stress. It's no wonder that 80 percent of us will have some sort of problem with our feet at some time or another. Many things affect the condition of our feet: activity level, occupation, other health conditions, and perhaps most importantly, shoes.
The foot is an incredibly complex mechanism and understanding its structure functionality can be helpful in pain treatment. This brief introduction to the anatomy of the foot will highlight the structures that relate to conditions and surgical procedures of the foot. These important structures of the foot can be divided into several categories. These include:
- Bones & Joints
- Ligaments & Tendons
- Blood Vessels
Foot pain can be the result of a variety of issues including stress fractures, pulled muscles, torn ligaments and other foot issues.
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If Left Untreated
Foot pain can be the result of a variety of issues including stress fractures, pulled muscles, torn ligaments and other foot issues. Many of the problems that arise in the foot are directly related to shoes, so it is very important to choose shoes that are good for your feet. We would love to meet with you to assess your shoes, your injury and whether physical therapy can help you.
It is time for you to wake up and jump out of bed, landing with both feet firmly and comfortably on the ground. Don't suffer another day with a foot problem that can be remedied through the information or treatment we can provide you.
You deserve to be able to place one foot firmly in front of the other as you confidently walk from our office and we are looking forward to helping you! Please call us to schedule a free foot assessment.
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