Foot, Ankle, and Heel Pain Treatment in Worthing

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Foot, Ankle, and Heel Pain Treatment

Dealing with foot, ankle or heel pain can be more than just uncomfortable.  It can significantly hinder your daily activities and overall quality of life.  These area of the body, essential for mobility and balance, are susceptible to a wide range of issues, from acute injuries to chronic conditions like arthritis or plantar fasciitis.  At Worthing Osteopathic & Wellbeing Clinic, we specialise in diagnosing the root cause of your discomfort and delivering tailored treatment to alleviate pain and restore function. 

Common Foot and Ankle Conditions

Our clinic addresses a multitude of foot, ankle, and heel pain conditions.  Some of these include:- plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, bursitis, posterior tibial tendonitis, fat pad injuries, heel spur, and tarsal tunnel syndrome.

Whether it’s the wear and tear leading to osteoarthritis, the sharp pain of plantar fasciitis, or the instability from ligament injuries, our team employs a holistic approach to care.  We use a combination of detailed assessments, hands-on techniques, and personalised exercise programs to tackle each condition head-on, aiming for lasting relief and recovery.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Characterised by a sharp stabbing pain in the bottom of the foot and heel, plantar fasciitis is a common issue that can disrupt your daily routine.  It’s often most intense with the first few steps in the morning or after periods of rest.  It is the result of inflammation, strain, or tears in the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot and connects the heel bone to the toes.  It’s a common condition amongst runners, overweight individuals, and those whose activities place a lot of stress on the heel and attached tissue.  Not only that but the condition is aggravated by inadequate footwear or abnormal foot mechanics.

Our treatment strategies focus on alleviating the tension and inflammation in the plantar fascia through a range of hands-on techniques, home exercises and lifestyle modifications.

Achilles Tendinitis / Tendinopathy Treatment in Worthing

Tendon issues, such as Achilles tendinitis, can cause significant discomfort and limit your movement.  They are overuse injuries and are prone to happen to people that either do repetitive things, or rapidly increase their exercise levels.  It is particularly common in runners who have suddenly increased the intensity or duration of their runs, as well as in middle aged people who play sports only on the weekends.  By using soft tissue manipulation, targeted mobilisation techniques, and exercises designed to enhance tendon health, our experts help reduce inflammation, improve flexibility, and strengthen the structures supporting your foot and ankle.

Ankle Sprains and Ligament Injury Treatment in Worthing: Regaining Stability

Ankle sprains and ligament injuries can leave you feeling unstable and apprehensive about movement.  Our clinic focuses on restoring strength and stability to the injured area through a blend of manual therapy, osteopathic techniques, and a carefully curated set of exercises.  We also focus on correcting any biomechanical imbalance to prevent future injuries and ensure a confident return to your daily activities.

Customised Care for Every Step

Our expert team is used to managing foot, ankle, and heel pain resulting from a wide range of causes.  Through personalised treatment plans, hands-on care, and specific exercise recommendations, we aim to reduce discomfort, enhance mobility, and promote healing.  We guide you through exercises that strengthen the supportive structures around your foot and ankle, improving stability and preventing future issues.

Take Your Next Step Towards Pain Free Living

If foot, ankle, or heel pain is affecting your ability to move freely and enjoy life, don’t delay seeking help.  At Worthing Osteopathic & Wellbeing Clinic, we empower you with knowledge and treatments necessary to overcome pain.  Whether you’re facing an acute issue or managing chronic discomfort, our team is ready to support your journey back to active, pain free living.

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