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Foot & Ankle Pain Treatment


More often than not, pain occurs in the neck, back, and legs. But it can also be felt anywhere between the feet and ankles. The pain can significantly affect your daily life, especially if you’re active. Foot and ankle pain might cause reduced mobility, turning simple activities such as walking or standing up into highly challenging tasks.

Typically, you might experience acute foot and ankle pain. However, in some cases, the pain may get severe and last for much longer. Either type of pain could point to a more serious condition, and getting treatment is your best option. By getting foot and ankle pain treatment, you can relieve discomfort, improve mobility, and address potential problems to prevent further injury.

Patients can relieve their pain through different methods, including chiropractic care and physical therapy. LifeClinic’s foot and ankle pain specialists will conduct these treatments to help restore your foot and ankle’s function. Moreover, our team will help you get to the root of your pain and identify risk factors.

On your first visit, you can expect to go through an interview and physical examination. We’ll look into your medical history, lifestyle, and reasons for getting treatment. Plus, we’ll assess your current condition and identify any issues affecting your foot and ankle. Our findings from your interview and examination will help us create a personalized treatment plan.

Working with a chiropractor or physical therapist ensures a smooth, natural recovery. By choosing LifeClinic as your partner, you can get back on your feet and do the activities you enjoy again. We’ll help you move better while keeping your body at its best.


Treat Foot & Ankle Pain with Chiropractic Care & Physical Therapy

At LifeClinic, we restore, maintain, and optimize human function through chiropractic adjustments and physical therapy. Here’s how our treatments can help you relieve foot and ankle pain.

Chiropractic Care for Foot & Ankle Pain Relief

Chiropractic treatments are a safe, non-invasive way of treating foot and ankle pain. Our chiropractors recommend the following solutions.

  • Chiropractic Adjustments – Our chiropractors will apply foot and ankle adjustments to help you relieve symptoms.
  • Functional Rehabilitation – This treatment targets your foot’s deep muscles and your hips. It helps your foot and ankle balance your weight while you move.
  • Nutritional & Lifestyle Counseling – Diet and lifestyle changes as recommended by our chiropractors may reduce stress and improve your overall health.

Natural Recovery Through Chiropractic Treatments

Painkillers can help patients alleviate foot and ankle pain. However, some people may experience side effects from those medications. With chiropractic care, your foot and ankle can heal naturally and feel better.

  • Personalized Treatment Plans – Before starting your treatment, you’ll go through an interview and a physical exam at our clinic. We’ll summarize your findings and create your treatment plan based on these results.
  • Integrated Care – Along with chiropractic care, our team will help you manage your condition with physical therapy and rehabilitation.
  • Better Health & Function – Our chiropractic treatments offer several health benefits, including better flexibility and range of motion.

Physical Therapy for Foot & Ankle Pain

LifeClinic’s team of specialists also conduct physical therapy to treat ankle and foot problems. During your first visit, we’ll identify issues with the following tests:

  • Range of Motion Evaluation – Our physical therapists will measure your range of motion using different tools such as tape measures.
  • Strength Tests – Muscle strength tests help us see how your muscles work. You can expect these tests on your first visit and regular therapy sessions on subsequent visits.
  • Balance Tests – Our physical therapists will also conduct balance tests to identify whether you’re experiencing balancing issues.

Treat a Painful Foot or Ankle with Physical Therapy

Your treatment plan can include any of the physical therapy treatments below.

  • Range of Motion Exercises – Range of motion exercises include passive and active treatments that help restore your foot and ankle’s function. We can combine these with exercises, as well.
  • Strengthening Exercises – These exercises will help you build stronger muscles and improve stamina.
  • Balance Exercises – You might experience changes in balance with foot and ankle pain. Through balancing exercises, you can achieve better balance.

Frequently Asked Questions

A variety of factors can hurt your foot and ankle. Soft tissue injuries, including sprains and strains, are a common cause of foot and ankle pain. Self-care measures (like getting proper rest and elevating your foot) can help you recover from these injuries and relieve your pain.

While most injuries cause mild pain, some patients might feel sudden or severe pain in their feet and ankles. The possible cause could be structural changes in your ankle or foot, or an underlying condition. But in some cases, the aching could be brought on by ill-fitting footwear.

You can ease foot pain through different remedies. Applying ice to the affected area, taking pain relievers, and using footpads are some remedies you might want to try. Plus, raising and resting the affected foot can help you soothe the pain.

But if the pain doesn’t go away after trying the solutions above, consulting a doctor is your best option. Your doctor will look into possible causes of your pain and recommend the right treatment.

Like foot pain, you have several treatment options for ankle pain relief. These remedies include the RICE (rest, ice, compression, and elevation) method and painkillers. When the affected ankle doesn’t feel painful, you can rotate or bend it to restore range of motion, alleviate swelling, and speed up recovery.

However, some patients may experience ankle pain due to arthritis. Physical activity, healthy eating, and stretching can help you manage the pain. Plus, maintaining a healthy weight is important in reducing ankle pain.

Yes, it can. Plantar fasciitis might hurt any of your foot’s nerves, triggering ankle pain. If your ankle feels painful, it’s best that you follow the RICE method and take pain relievers. For cases accompanied by chronic pain, schedule an appointment with a doctor for ankle pain treatment.

Other services we offer

At LifeClinic, our approach to treatment is centered on helping you maintain, restore, and optimize your body’s overall function.

We address various pain symptoms including acute pain, chronic pain, and pain caused by an injury or underlying condition.

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