Ankle and Foot Pain Treatment in London, Ontario

Effective Treatment for Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, and Ankle Sprains

Expert Physiotherapy for Ankle and Foot Pain Relief and Improved Mobility

Experience lasting relief from ankle and foot pain with personalized physiotherapy treatment at Quantum Physiotherapy in London, Ontario. Our experienced physiotherapists can help you identify the root cause of your pain.

The ‘foot and ankle’ is a complex group of joints that plays an important role in different mobility tasks such as jogging, jumping, kneeling, balancing, standing and walking. The ‘foot and ankle’ also plays an important biomechanical role in the rest of the body and can directly influence movement at the knee and hip as well. Pain in the foot and ankle is commonly encountered, in either sports-related ankle sprains, plantar-fascia pain or different arthritic conditions.

Shin Splints

Shin-splints is commonly seen in runners or walkers, although it can affect anyone. It is characterised by a dull aching pain along the front or inside of the tibia, or shin-bone.

Muscular imbalances around your shinbone, shoe choices or sudden increases in your running load can often be the cause. Talk to our physiotherapist at Quantam Physiotherapy about what is the best treatment plan for you.

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Plantar Fasclitis

The plantar fascia or commonly described as Heel pain is a thick band of connective tissue that is located on the under-surface of our foot.

It plays an essential role in absorbing our weight as we walk, run and jump. The plantar-fascia is designed to handle large forces, but when it experiences abnormally large loads, or is strained over time, it can be a common source of pain.

Plantar Fasclitis
Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains

The ankle joint relies on various ligaments to maintain stability and prevent excessive side-to-side movement or hyperlaxity.

Often during sports or high-velocity movements, the ankle can get stretched outside of the limits of these ligaments. In these cases, the ligaments can become stretched, strained or torn. This can result in pain and instability at the ankle joint. The ankle sprains are classified into three Grades. Talk to your physiotherapist about the best option available for your injury.

Achilles Tendinopathy: Understanding and Treating Heel Pain

The achilles tendon is located at the back of the heel, connecting the muscles in your calf to your heel bone.

It is the largest tendon in our body and transfers a lot of force into the foot, helping us to walk, run and jump. Tendons are designed to take a high amount of stress and load, but in cases where there is repetitive force and load, the achilles tendon can develop tears and pain. This is called Achilles Tendinopathy.


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