How to Treat Chronic Foot and Ankle Pain

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People who love to be active on their feet—such as athletes, runners, or outdoor enthusiasts—know how common foot and ankle pain can be. These aches and pains can significantly limit your enjoyment of your favorite activities. Even so, many people choose to ignore their pains and push past them to continue doing what they love. This can lead to chronic pain.

Chronic ankle pain

Living with chronic foot and ankle pains can be devastating. It is important to seek help from a skilled podiatrist whenever you feel discomfort. Many times, for chronic foot or ankle pains, you may be fitted for custom orthotics or go through physical therapy for a non-invasive approach to relief.

Here are a few of the options available to you with treatment for chronic foot and ankle pain in Colorado:

  • Taping
  • Orthotics
  • Injections
  • Shoe recommendations
  • Padding
  • Individualized physical therapy
  • Electrical stimulation

If you suffer from chronic foot or ankle pain, it is important to talk to your podiatrist and physical therapist about which treatment plans are right for you. In many cases, you will not have to undergo invasive treatment to overcome chronic pains.

At Castle Pines Physical Therapy and Cherry Creek Physical Therapy, we work closely with athletes of all skill levels to develop an individualized plan for overcoming chronic pains. These plans include physical therapy, preventative care treatments, and ongoing one-on-one personal training to strengthen and condition your feet and ankles for the activities you love. With help from a Parker physical therapist, you can get the relief you need from your chronic pains. Call Castle Pines or CHerry Creek Physical Therapy today at 303-805-5156 to schedule your appointment and start loving your favorite activities again in no time!

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