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Foot & Anckle Pain

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MK Osteopathy for Your Foot and Ankle Pain

Foot and ankle pain is a debilitating, nuisance, and persistent condition that affects people of all ages and lifestyles. Regardless of whether you are a professional athlete or a stay-at-home parent, dealing with foot and ankle pain can make everyday activities a challenge, as it can become unbearable to walk on the affected extremity. But, look no further. At MK Osteopathy we are your designated provider for all things foot and ankle pain and its treatment options.



Risk Factors for Foot and Ankle Pain

First, let’s explore some of the most prevalent risk factors that increase your susceptibility to developing foot and ankle pain below.

  • Aging

  • Obesity

  • Accidents

  • Sports Injuries

  • III-fitting shoes


By prophylactically addressing any of the risk factors above you can significantly reduce your risk of developing foot and ankle pain in the future.


Causes of Foot and Ankle Pain

If you are experiencing pain, swelling, and/or stiffness in your foot and ankle, there is likely to be a main cause. Below, you will find a list of some of the more common causes of foot and ankle pain. We work together with our clients to identify an etiology and engage in rehabilitative techniques to bring it back to normal.

  • Ankle Sprain.

  • Stress Fractures

  • Plantar Fasciitis.

  • Achilles Tendonitis.

  • Muscle Imbalance

  • Altered Gait Bio-mechanics.



Foot and Ankle Pain Treatment Options

To treat your foot and ankle pain, we offer a range of treatment options to help alleviate your troubles.

More specifically, we have trained professionals who are experts at using osteopathic, myofascial, and rehabilitative techniques that are designed to reduce pain, improve mobility and gait pattern by manipulating the muscles and joints in the foot and ankle. Together these intervention strategies can harmoniously benefit each other to reduce inflammation throughout connective tissue and provide for better mobility and flexibility.

Furthermore, these techniques are also known for improving your balance, and mobility, and reducing your risk of future injuries by strengthening specific muscles and ligaments.


Contact Our Team Today

Do not wait to treat your foot and ankle pain. If you happen to be experiencing such, we highly recommend that you schedule a consultation with one of our team members. Together, we can identify the cause of your pain and embark on a journey to a pain-free life.

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