Aching Feet / Foot Stiffness
So, do you get foot aches while standing on your feet at work? Wake up with foot and leg stiffness in the morning? Tired aching feet end of the day? Or maybe your feet just ache all the time? This is what we hear every day in our clinic.
Joint misalignment and stiffness are known to be the primary cause or aggravating factor of most musculoskeletal pain conditions.
We believe that everything works best when is in the right place and is moving freely. When the tyres of your car are not aligned and moving properly, they tend to wear out quicker and compromise the efficiency of the driving. The wheels are like our feet. When a joint is displaced or misaligned, the supporting structures of your feet may have to overwork to compensate causing stress in certain soft tissues and/or joints. These mechanical stresses on the body would eventually lead to increase of ‘wear and tear’, and causing different symptoms, deterioration, and deformities such as bunions.
How we help
Any machines or vehicles require regular servicing to keep them running efficiently, so do our feet! We combine specialized manual therapies such as Foot Mobilisation Techniques, Trigenics® neuro-muscular retraining, and specific corrective foot exercises to restore your foot function and alignment naturally. Our patients often describe their feet feeling more “lively” and “freer” after receiving our treatment.
Call us today to discuss how we can help to put a spring back in your step again!
Wouldn’t it be great if you could live happily with better feet and enjoy ache-free feet? We are always available to offer bespoke therapies. Kindly contact us today!
Treatment that are effective for aching feet and foot stiffness:
- Foot Mobilisation Techniques
- Trigenics® Functional Muscle Neurology
- Western Medical Acupuncture
- Low Level Laser Therapy
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation
- Active Release Techniques
- InterX Neurostimulation Therapy
- Custom Foot Orthoses
- Kinesiology Sports Taping
- Corrective / Rehabilitation Exercise