How Foot Mobilisation has helped thousands of people around the world to get back on their feet PAIN-FREE
Restriction and misalignment of the foot and ankle joints are the primary cause of most pains and aches we see in our clinic every day, which is often being overlooked by many doctors and orthopedic physicians because they tend to focus on treating the diagnosis or symptoms.
Patients would often describe having sore feet, aching feet, poor balancing, general pain and tightness everywhere, heaviness or stiffness around the foot and ankle, or “the feet just don’t feel right!”, without any specific diagnosis or an exact location of pain.
These symptoms often happen when joints of the feet are not moving freely within their optimal position, and all the supporting structures such as muscles, tendons, ligaments are all being forced to compensate causing pain and discomfort everywhere. It has been well documented that joint stiffness can cause or exacerbate common foot pathologies such as plantar fasciitis, ankle injury, arthritis, bunions, and Achilles tendinosis.
Foot mobilisation is a gentle ‘hands-on’ treatment technique that assesses and corrects misalignment of the foot and ankle. We guide the body to heal itself by testing and adjusting all 26 bones and 33 joints in your foot to restore the normal joint range of motion and function.
- It’s non-invasive — no drugs, no surgeries, no old crunch, click and aggressive techniques necessary. Our skills have refined over the years with very gentle and pain-free techniques available.
- No orthotics necessary — means you have the FREEDOM of your feet and you do not need to change the shoes you love to accommodate orthotics!
This is an effective treatment for:
- Heel Pain, Arch Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs
- Ankle Pain / Injury
- Foot, Ankle and Knee pain
- Bunions / Hammer Toes
- Aching Feet / Foot Stiffness
- Achilles Tendon Pain / Injury
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Ball of Foot Pain / Metatarsalgia
- Shin Splints
- Tight / Aching Leg Muscles
- Knee, Hip and Lower Back Pain
- Posture/Gait Problems in Adults & Kids
- Balance Problems in Elderly
- Pregnancy Foot Pain