Foot Pain Physiotherapy
Foot pain and injury are very common. Foot pain can occur in the structures in and around the foot, including the ligaments, muscles, joint and bones. It can also stem from other areas, like the lower back, and can be related to systemic diseases.
There are many potential causes of foot pain, so it’s important to have your condition assessed by an experienced practitioner at Sports Focus. We an identify the cause of your foot pain and put together the most suitable treatment plan to help you manage your pain and prevent it from recurring.
Common sources of foot pain include bunion, corns and calluses, gout, heel spur, plantar fasciitis, heel pain and ankle injuries.
Does the bottom of your foot hurt?
A common question that people ask is “Why does it hurt under my foot?”. There are many different things that can cause pain on the bottom of the foot, but usually the symptoms arise from one of the common foot conditions. Working from the front of the foot to the back, common causes of foot pain include:
- Plantar plate injury
- Morton’s neuroma
- Pes planus
- Flat feet
- Plantar fasciitis
- Tibialis posterior tendinopathy
- Cuboid syndrome
- Peroneal tendonitis
- Heel spur
- Sever’s disease
- Achilles tendinopathy
Get foot pain physiotherapy in Sydney
Since there are many different potential foot pain causes, your physiotherapy treatment will depend on your individual assessment and rehabilitation needs. With treatment options including massage therapy, joint mobilisation and exercises for increasing functionality, foot pain physiotherapy will not only alleviate your pain but also give you the tools you need to prevent future injuries.
We look forward to helping you on your journey to pain-free living.