Foot and Ankle Pain Relief Armonk, Pleasantville, Ardsley, West Harrison, NY

Foot and Ankle Pain Relief

Irene L.

I have been very happy with my experience with Brittany and Kate at Proclinix Ardsley. They are always friendly and responsive.

Jocelyn H.

Cannot Recommend enough. James and Eric are extremely knowledge and James is very skilled at the Graston method. Tour the bottom of my foot in may and they had me back on the tennis court by the end of July.

Chad S.

Highly recommend ProClinix. I had a bad ankle break that was supposed to require a MINIMUM of 6 months recovery, and ProClinix had me back on my feet and out running again in closer to 5 months.

Got A Pain In Your Foot or Ankle? Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Massage Therapy Can Provide Long-Lasting Relief

Take A Stand Against Your Foot and Ankle Pain!

If you think about it, how long do you stand on your feet every day? If you’re suffering from foot or ankle pain, you might be overly aware of just how often you use them! Foot and ankle pain can greatly impact your quality of life and affect your ability to function independently throughout your day. People suffering from these conditions typically avoid activities that cause extra pressure or stress on their feet because it causes uncomfortable pain sensations. Foot and ankle pain can stem from a variety of different causes, but ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic can help get you back on track.

For a long time, physical therapy has been proven to help relieve pain and offer rehabilitation for injuries, including those that affect your foot or ankle. Call ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic in Armonk, Pleasantville, Ardsley & West Harrison, NY today to request an appointment with one of our dedicated and experienced physical therapist, chiropractor, acupuncturist or massage therapists to learn more about how our rehabilitation services can help relieve your pain.

Common Foot and Ankle Pain Conditions:

Pain in the feet and ankles can be brought on very suddenly due to an acute injury such as a fall or sprain, but it can also develop overtime as a result of an underlying condition. According to the Mayo Clinic, there are several common causes of foot pain and ankle pain, including some of the following conditions:

Arthritis

Arthritis is a common inflammatory condition affecting the joints. It results in moderate to severe pain. The most common types include rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, both of which can greatly impact the joints in the foot and ankle.

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is another inflammatory condition occurring in the connective tissue on the bottom of your feet. This can occur from irritated overuse, such as standing for a long time, poor posture, or footwear that lacks proper arch support.

Tendinitis

Tendinitis occurs from excessive overuse of the tendons, causing them to become inflamed for a long time.

Fractures

A fracture occurs from excessive force or blunt trauma to the bone, causing it to crack or break entirely. A fracture to the foot or ankle could result in weeks of downtime to ensure proper healing, and can even result in having to leave work for a while.

Sprains and strains

A sprain occurs when a ligament is stretched too far or torn. A strain occurs when a muscle or tendon is stretched.

Bursitis

Bursitis occurs when the tendons rub against the “bursae” or anti-friction sacs, causing them to become irritated, inflamed, and uncomfortable.

Fallen arches

Your foot contains several tendons that work together to form your arch. When the tendons pull together properly, your foot will form a proper arch. However, when the tendons do not pull together properly, your foot will form a very small arch, or no arch at all. This is referred to as “flat foot” or a “fallen arch” and can cause pain or discomfort.

Tarsal tunnel syndrome

Tarsal tunnel syndrome occurs when the tarsal tunnel (the nerve that runs from the ankle to the foot) becomes pinched and inflamed.

All of these conditions can be treated here at ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic by one of our skilled therapists.

More Reasons Behind Foot and Ankle Pain:

Our ankles and feet are very complex structures that absolutely must work together properly in order to function at their highest level. According to the Arthritis Foundation, the ankle joint consists of three bones that all must interact with one another correctly to function properly, along with the various connective tissues that hold the assembly of the joint together.

The foot is even more complex, containing approximately 24 bones, 30 joints, and over 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments. It’s extremely common to feel pain in those areas because of all the complicated structures that make up your feet and ankles. An injury to your foot or ankle can result in pain so severe you may even avoid putting your weight down on it. This will leave you with two options; hopping around, risking injury to your other foot, or worse, being stuck in a chair, unable to go anywhere and or function independently. Even mild pain can cause physical limitations to your daily life and keep you from taking care of yourself or others.

ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic Physical Therapy Can Provide Relief

No matter what kind of pain you’re struggling with, whether it’s an acute or chronic condition in your foot or ankle, ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic can offer a real pain relief solution. Our Armonk, Pleasantville, Ardsley & West Harrison, NY physical therapist, chiropractor, acupuncturist and massage therapist will conduct a thorough examination to confirm what is causing your pain, and then they will create a personalized treatment plan for your specific condition.

Since everyone’s pain is different, no two treatment plans are created alike. Your treatment plan will most likely include a combination of exercises, specialized manual therapy techniques, and targeted stretches to improve balance and gait, restore joint mobility, and strengthen the muscles in your foot and ankle. Your treatment plan could also include technology or tools, such as a balance board.

Our therapists are 100% dedicated to your recovery and will do all they can to ease your pain.We will also evaluate and recommend lifestyle changes or orthotic footwear to prevent more problems in the future.

Contact Our Office in Armonk, Pleasantville, Ardsley & West Harrison, NY Today

Don’t let foot and ankle pain slow you down! Our Armonk, Pleasantville, Ardsley & West Harrison, NY physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy practice will help you become free from the limitations of pain. We’re just a phone call away. Contact ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic today to request your appointment. Let us help you kick that annoying foot or ankle pain, and get back to your normal routine!