Ankle and Plantar Fasciitis

Ankle Pain & Plantar Fasciitis – Treatment in Rouse Hill

Ankle pains not only affect the way you walk and move, but can impact other parts of your body when left untreated. A common condition that leads to ankle pain is plantar fasciitis, but physios are well equipped to treat this condition.

Stemming from a mission to deliver personal care to each of our patients, Rouse Hill Physio provides unique services for patients in their region, allowing athletes, professionals and those suffering chronic pain to find relief in their movements.

What is plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis refers to a very common source of heel pain, originating from the plantar fascia. This part of your body is a thick, fibrous band of connective tissue that helps with limiting the flatness of your foot. Plantar fasciitis is usually caused by injury, but is more common with flat footed patients. It is also more likely in females, overweight people, runners, or workers who walk or stand on hard surfaces. The pain is characterised as mild at the heel bone, and can occur in the morning or after a long period of sitting.

Untreated plantar fasciitis can lead to chronic pain, as well as problems with your back, foot or knee, due to a change in walking. If you find you’re waking up with sharp pains in your ankle, it’s important you seek treatment from a physio.

Book an appointment with our physios

If you are experiencing sharp pain in your heel or ankle, you may be experiencing plantar fasciitis. To get it treated, book an appointment with a physiotherapist. We aim to help our patients recover from pains and injuries, allowing them to better live the life they want. We take pride in being different to other physio clinics, with innovative systems and a personal approach to each patient we meet with. We even offer a money back guarantee. Speak to our team about ankle pains, back pains or any injuries you may be suffering from and we will happily discuss how we can treat you.

For more information, give us a call on (02) 8322 6899 or book an appointment online now.

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